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Gravity on plants

why does gravity pull plants down?
Question asked by: Peyton

Asked on: 15 Nov 2009

Gravity acts on all objects within the gravitational range of a massive body, such as the earth or the sun.

Gravity warps time and space so it is the shape of spacetime that pulls items around towards it, and therefore this is why gravity of the earth pulls all objects to the centre of the earth - due to the warping of spacetime by the intense mass of the earth.

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Replied at: 22 Nov 2009
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