We speak of gravity as being a force that attracts a body of mass toward the center of an object with a mass greater than itself. If dark energy makes up 73% of the total energy and mass of the universe, then I propose that the larger body of mass is not attracting the smaller. Instead, it is the displacement of dark matter that causes the smaller object to be pushed toward the center of the object of greater size. Imagine submerging yourself in the great depths of the ocean. Similar to the water pressure, dark matter applies pressure to all sides of an object. The greater the size of the object, the greater the amount of water, or dark matter, that is displaced. Therefore the pressure applied to any object is equal to the size of the object's displacement. Imagine a basketball sitting on a piece of paper. The curve or displacement of the paper increases as it comes in contact with the ball. This is what we call gravity. The curve would be smaller using a golf ball. This explains why it has never been observed a larger object being attracted toward the center of an object smaller than itself. .