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I wonder why it fell?
This can be my newest theory!
Just wait until the townsfolk think about this!
Wait, what was the force that pulled the apple to Earth? Was it the same force that pulls the moon into a nearly circular path around Earth. But if the moon is in constant motion, why doesn't it fly off into space in a straightline?
I believe all physical objects have a force of attraction between them, the strength of the force depends on the mass of objects and the space between them.
For example, the moon and Earth tugged at each other, at a certain point in space these "tugs" canceled on each other
I published a book known as Principia, which translates to Principles. Many scientists have said the planets orbit around the sun, but they never explain why. In my book I explain the situation of gravity, and described 3 laws of motion.
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