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This may be thrown into new theories and I anticipate that. To overcome inertia we required an input of energy proportional to the mass we wish to move. Gravity appears to distribute its force throughout a mass. Should this action make it easier for gravity? Could it be the case that gravity acts to change the amount of inertia of an object over very small timescales?
That was a valued question Colin, you have practically just denied that air has gravity
It was moved beause you stated gravity and strong nuclear farce are one in the same. .