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This image describes a theory of how gravity works.

The larger mass warps the fabric of space time, causing the smaller body to "roll" down the slope thus being pulled towards the larger body.

Isn't this inherently wrong though since the only reason things roll down the slope is because of gravity in the first place? It is like using a word in its own definition.



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