Gravis means “weight” .
gravitas (n.) 1924, 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.