Gravity is a fun old concept. The first scientist who studied gravity with seriousness has been English mathematician and Astronomer Isaac Newton, who famously (and likely at least apocryphally) was struck on the head with an apple that fell from a tree. Newton utilized this potentially unpleasant incident to study the laws of gravity. The principle is that anything that rises must fall and all physical objects must follow the same laws. The Earth is a magnet for gravitational force and all objects are permanently drawn toward this pull.
One thing Newton likely believed would never be feasible was the capability to turn off gravity and modify it at will. If we wanted to climb a mountain however, we’re not able to hit a button to achieve it. In the meantime until science catch up with our incredible concepts, we’re stuck in the world of video games. We’re fortunate to be well-served in this field. If we’re looking to challenge gravity’s laws There are a myriad of video games that allow us to do so. Continue reading G-Switch 3 : A New Long-Awaited G-Switch Sequel