About Gravity

“Gravity” is a broad term that can refer to various concepts across different fields such as physics, music, and film. Gravity, in the context of physics, refers to the force of attraction between two masses. Sir Isaac Newton formulated the laws of gravity, and Albert Einstein later refined our understanding of gravity through his theory of general relativity. “Gravity” could also be a song title or the name of a musical artist or group. There might be films or TV shows with the title “Gravity.” One notable example is the 2013 film “Gravity,” directed by Alfonso Cuarón and starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.