Why Does Gravity Exist?

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Gravity exists because all matter has force that attracts other objects towards it. On Earth, all matter is attracted towards the centre of the Earth which has a very strong pull and as such gravity attracts matter to the centre of the Earth not necessarily downwards.
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Mass curving space-time.
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