The title says it all. Does mass cause a correlation of gravity attraction. Mass absorbs gravity into itself? Or does gravity pull the mass in?

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*Is gravity a byproduct of gravity?* - No. This term cannot be applied to gravity. Recall the definition of the term

*byproduct*Definition of BY-PRODUCT --

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/byproduct1: something produced in a usually industrial or biological process in addition to the principal product

2: a secondary and sometimes unexpected or unintended result

Gravity cannot fit into such a category by any stretch of the imagination.

*Does mass cause a correlation of gravity attraction?* - I don't understand this question. Please rephrase it. A correlation is a relationship between two things but you onlystated one thing, gravitational attraction. Recall the definition of correlation

Definition of CORRELATION --

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/correlationthe state or relation of being correlated; specifically : a relation existing between phenomena or things or between mathematical or statistical variables which tend to vary, be associated, or occur together in a way not expected on the basis of chance alone <the obviously high positive correlation between scholastic aptitude and college entrance

*Mass absorbs gravity into itself?* - No. Again, the term "absorbs" cannot be applied in this way.

*Or does gravity pull the mass in?* - Not exactly. Picture two massive point bodies of equal mass constrained to be at at x = D/2 and one located at X = -D/2. Now place a test body whose mass is neglegible to the other at x = 0, y = 2D. The force/acceleration of the test body is directed towards the point (x, y) = (0, 0) and not to either of the other two bodies.