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Woah! I wonder why an apple falls down to the ground after falling off the tree.. Maybe there's a reason for this, like a force that can't be seen that pulls things down to the ground.
The same force pulling me into this pool is the same as the force pulling the moon to the earth. I had always wondered why the moon had never flown off, but it is the earth's gravity that pulls it.
My theory is that the amount of pull that an object has on surrounding objects is the distance between them and the mass of the object. The more mass the stronger the gravitational pull, and at a certain point if they are far enough apart the object is out of its orbit.
This is the book that I published, "Principles," and it explains my law of gravity and other laws of motion as well. It also explains the planets orbit around the sun.
As you can see, the sun is a very big star, which also means it has a very strong pull on objects surrounding it. So it wouldn't make sense to say the earth is the center of the universe, as it's not even the biggest planet in our solar system.
In conclusion, my theories helped many scientists realize that mathematical laws can be applied anywhere in space, and that God does not control nature.
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