Before planets and stars are made, how is gravity created?

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Before planets and stars are made, how is gravity created?

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Gravity isn’t made— everything with mass attracts everything else with mass. We call that attraction gravity.

For instance, if you went to somewhere completely empty (no planets, stars, galaxies, etc.), and set 2 baseballs 3 feet apart, in a week, they’d be touching. They attracted each other. Through gravity. Without anything else around.

Gravity is a force, not something that’s created.

Gravity is an inherent property of matter itself. Even a hydrogen atom has its own gravity well. It’s the gravity from those atoms that causes them to fall toward each other and it’s that gravity that eventually overcomes the electron’s magnetic repulsion to cause atoms to fuse.

What you are asking is basically how the physics of this universe is the way it is. And why it came into being the way it did.

Answer:

We don’t know.

We just know that F = (G*M*m) / R^(2)

We don’t know ***why*** F = (G*M*m) / R^(2)

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTY1Kje0yLg](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTY1Kje0yLg)

this guy explains it really well