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Hmmmm... I wonder what keeps the moon moving around earth. And also why does the moon not go in a straight line and for some reason takes a curving turn?
Perhaps the apple that has fallen to the ground has the same force of how the moon gets pulled around earth.
I'm inferring that the apples force of dropping has less force than the moon moving in a circular motion around earth.
I'm going to call this invention gravity, this is going to have a force of physical objects between them.
I'm going to guess that this boulder is a lot more mass than this apple so there'd be a bigger impact in gravity.
And now I will publish my book book about gravity to share my observation about earth.
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