Seeking Out Answers

Keira Waters
1 min readJan 3, 2021
Photo by Guillermo Ferla on Unsplash

What holds gravity together?

We know that gravity is a force that all objects with mass have; the greater the mass, the greater the force of gravity. Though, it also relates to the distance between the two objects as well as their mass.

Now, this gravity exists in both the micro and macro scale, and it is described as a curve in space, like a gravity well.

But what holds this well in place?

Space, right?

But what is space?

And what holds the space in place?

Well, gravity right?

I invasion the universe being held together by little atomic solar systems. A nucleus in the center surrounded by (an) electron(s).

Though I guess I don’t understand the interworking of an atom.

The micro and macro scales are quite different in various accounts, not to mention that the macro scale is created from particles and atoms found in the micro-scale. It is all so complicated to me.

I wonder if people started understanding subatomic particles by using the universe as a reference. There is so much I do not understand.

Comment any good book or movie or article recommendations!

Thanks for reading,

Keira Waters

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