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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?
Does ... Mass absorbs gravity into itself?
So, F = Gm1m2/r2G = gravitational constantm1 and m2= mass of the objectsr = distance between their centersIf a super dense object, say 300,000 tons were to be placed in a cubic square of one foot. How quickly would it sink and how far can you speculate?
Alright...with the pull of the cores gravity on the super heavy object. Is pulling it downward toward the core.How far could that super dense object 'sink' into the earths crust before halting. Can you speculate that, similar to how if you take a cubic square of a neutron stars density it would burrow straight through the earths crust.Did I make it clear?
The thing I'm wondering about is what the minimum density would be?How dense would something have to be (in lbs) to say burrow forty feet down, due to its density if it had the dimensions of 10x10 feet?