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If we don’t live inside the earth and live on the outer layer, how do we not fall off?

  • Answers
  • The nucleus of the planet everything creates gravity. The bigger the mass of a planet the heavier gravity is.
    Aven Once · 1 0
  • Because gravity pulls objects towards the centre of the planet.
    nineteenthly · 5 0
  • Ever heard of gravity? And where is the "down" we would fall to?
    Clive · 3 0
  • We're actually made of glue. Take a few moments. I know your mind is blown
    Dances with Weed · 2 0
  • earth is flat; ice dome above us; below us dinosaurs live; then three pillars, then bubble; then abyss (hell); forgive me.
    Orthodox · 2 1
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