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  • Hmm.. if the same force that pulled this apple to the ground  was tugging the moon?
  • What kept the moon in its orbit around Earth?  
  • Since the moon was in motion, why didn't it fly off to space?
  • Could force of a tug to an apple tug the moon?
  • I call this gravity
  • If the moons far away, then the force should be weaker?
  • If the force was stronger it would bend the moons motion to circulate earth!
  • As my hypothesis, the strength of force depended on the mass so.. by taking the mass of the object M and the distance between them D, and F as the formula. F= M1 D1 - M0 D0   With this each tugged each other out 
  • This would result that the moon was trapped in its orbit around the earth.
  • Well the apple that fell on the ground did had a small mass, and it was very close to Earths gravity which dragged it down.
  • Furthermore, these evidences prove that my hypothesis are true.  An example of this would be the apple falling to the ground.  It also makes sense with my gravity equation.  
  • Of what I heard from Galileo's hypothesis, and to conclude, that any object or thing would have force of attraction between them.
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