Gravity [noun]

Definition of Gravity:

force of attraction

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The findings, published in Science last week, provide the first concrete evidence that stars' gravities can carve bizarre and fantastic shapes in planet-forming disks, providing new insight into how planets are born in bizarre orbits.

For example, physics icon Isaac Newton was wrong about gravity.

The force we experience as gravity actually results from the curving of spacetime.

In Einstein’s theory of general relativity, you think of the graviton as a massless particle, and so the force of gravity also has an infinite range.

The more stars the cluster loses, the less gravity it has to hold on to its remaining members.

To that end, Steinhardt and his collaborators recently teamed up with researchers who specialize in computational models of gravity.

For now, he’s just pleased to have helped show that the mathematics of gravity may accommodate weirder phenomena than many thought.

Gravitons are thought to carry the force of gravity in a way that’s similar to how photons carry the electromagnetic force.

Jones provides a center of gravity that will be missing, a 6-foot-6 inside-outside threat who showed signs, late last season, of reaching another level of dominance.

Elsewhere on their map of possible physics theories live Ising extensions, theories of bizarro universes with exotic particles, and perhaps even the elusive quantum theory of gravity in the real universe.