No apologies needed. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Is it safe to say that gravity seems stronger than it's given credit for, because it's always attractive? I guess what stumps me a bit is suppose you're laying down under an apple tree, and apples begin falling from the tree, landing on your head. Wouldn't it seem that gravity (at that very moment) isn't weak at all? We tend to take gravity for granted in every day life, because we don't ''feel it.'' I guess what I'm asking is how can gravity be such a fundamental force, yet weak?