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Are there any other examples of the law of universal gravitation other than the planets, the sun, or the moon?

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Universal gravitation would include everything: asteroids, meteors, even YOU have a gravitation field.

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What do we attract then?
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Dust, mostly. Your gravitation is as much smaller than Earth's gravitational field as you are smaller than Earth. And, if you think about it, even Earth's gravitational field isn't that strong. You can escape from it yourself, for a second, simply by jumping. So your gravitation field, though you do have one, is very small indeed.
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Alright, thanks!
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What about worm holes

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Hmm, I don't really think so since they suck in things or something like that. I think the law of universal gravitation only counts things that attract each other through gravitation.
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So then do you think other galaxies are not being attracted to anything?
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They're attracted to the center of their universe, which lies their own sun. Which the planets in the galaxy orbit around because of its gravitational pull.
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So you believe there isn't anything bigger beyond each galaxy (to me, they are like molecules...)
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