Gravity Does Not Exist

Gravis means “weight” .

gravitas (n.) Look up gravitas at Dictionary.com1924, usually in italics, from Latin gravitas “weight, heaviness;” figuratively, of persons, “dignity, presence, influence” (see gravity). A word wanted when gravity acquired a primarily scientific meaning.

  • Gravity is nothing more than weight, aerodynamics and density.  that’s it.
  • No proof has ever existed showing mass objects attraction to other attractions on Earth, only in space..hence the creation of “The Vacuum” in space.
  • Newtons Law of Gravity does not even include the word “weight” in its description.

  • Newton’s famous books and manuscripts were final edited by the Jesuits.

Chronology of 500 Year Jesuit Deception and Flat Earth

See also:

Gravity Does Not Exist; The Theory is Fatally Flawed

Destroying the Programmed Parrots of Newtons’ 3rd Law of Gravity

Disproof of Gravity, Scientifically.




4 thoughts on “Gravity Does Not Exist

  1. Dennis Gannon February 18, 2016 at 6:17 pm Reply

    Also, I don’t think the existence of the so called Van Allen belts have been proved. There is no south poll. No satellite or probe has been that far out to space to measure any belt.


  2. Lawliet March 6, 2017 at 9:45 pm Reply

    Great video guys 🙂


  3. Tom March 8, 2017 at 12:05 am Reply

    re: “Gravity is nothing more than weight”

    This begs a few questions:
    What is weight?
    How is it measured?
    What does it actually measure?


  4. MIke March 11, 2017 at 12:17 am Reply

    Brilliant! Weight is the force due to gravity on a mass. No gravity, no weight.It’s like saying, I don’t believe in miles, only yards.


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