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DiscussionsCategory: PhysicsWhat is the difference between gravity and magnetism?
Cliff ImasuenClassHall Admin Staff asked 7 months ago

Of course I know they have to be different terms or concepts. I just want to know the actual difference, because to me, gravity seems like a kind of magnetic force. Is this correct or not?

1 Answers
Fayo OlaFayo Ola answered 2 months ago

I think gravity should be a form of magnetism and not the other way around. Gravity is a magnetic field in the earth that keeps everything in place.


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