Why Is Gravity Important?

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Gravity is important since without it, things, human beings included would just be floating or drifting around. The gravity of the sun is what keeps the planets attracted to it allowing them to orbit the sun and thus giving us day and night.
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Gravity is important because it holds things in place and keeps things close to their core. Without gravity, people would be floating through the air towards space, where no one could survive! Gravity keeps us close to Earth, happy and alive!
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