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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Quran opposes Gravitational Force

As everybody knows from the Law of Universal Gravitation that, every point mass in the universe attracts every other point mass with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

The definition of Gravity also clearly states that it is a natural phenomenon by which physical bodies attract with a force proportional to their mass.

The next question which comes to mind about the Gravitational force is "Is it an attracting force?"

So what we can say if two objects are not attracting each other? They do not have masses?

As we observe, Earth pulls the objects towards it and that is the reason we are standing on the earth. But can we can say it is an attracting force?

If you fill a ballon with a Helium gas, why is it not attracted? If a ballon without Helium gas is attracted by Earth, why after filling with Gas it is not attracted?

Does the mass of the ballon varies, when the Helium gas is filled in?

Still we are unable to answer lot of questions if we agree with the Gravitational Force as suggested by Newton. How many of us know that, Newton's law of Gravitation is not a correct one?

While searching for the answers, we came across the wonderful explanation which has the resolution of the number of questions.

The Answer is here which answers all the above questions as there is no such force called "Gravitational Force" which attracts the other objects in the universe.

But there is a force called "Balancing force" in the earth which forces the objects to move away or towards earth depends on their masses.

The below verses in Quran, Sura Al-Rahman 55: 7,8,9 makes it more clear.

"And The sky He hath uplifted; and He hath set The balance. So that you will not exceed the measure (means you can measure it correctly as 1Kg = 1Kg). But observe the balance strictly, nor fall short thereof."

This shows clearly that Sky has the capabilities of balancing the objects which it has. Because of which we are able to measure the different objects with same weights such as 1Kg of Cotton with 1Kg of iron.

You will not be able to do the same in other planets or moon as Sky surrounding them would not have the defined capabilities as Sky of Earth has.

If you weigh 1Kg of Cotton and 1Kg of iron in Moon, it will not be same. And moreover you cannot weigh objects in Space. Because of the basic balancing force, we are able to stand and walk in Earth. But we are unable to do the same in Moon or Space or Vacuum.

This also states that you cannot observe the balancing force in space other than the Earth's sky, which concludes that there is no such Gravitational Force in the space.

This shows clearly, working with balance cannot be achieved in space or other planets i.e., standing or walking in space, moon or other planets is not an achievable one.

Does man really landed on the other million dollar question which arise in mind....!!!

If Moon doesn't have balancing force, how he walked on the Moon...???

If Moon has 1/6th of the gravity of Earth, why it doesn't have 1/6th of atmosphere???

Moon walking can be possbile only by the below ways of simulation or in Hollywood films,

Refer the below videos for more understanding of simulation projects which happened alikely on earth,

Let us wait for more analysis...and let truth prevails in the world...

And Quran proves as it is from the right Author, He, who created the Heavens and Earth.


  1. you must read the Sorah ALQARIYAH ,Then you will be clear regarding the gravitational force, If Allah all Mighty finish the force then the earth will be in conditions like what is mentioned in the above mentioned Sorah, Thanks and Regards

  2. Each time i read tbe facts it blows off mind... I ask myself how can so many people in this earth are in dark ess

  3. As for why helium balloons are not attracted to gravity ; maybe you should learn Physics more . Writing stuffs without facts often misleading people to ignorance .

    Helium balloons are pulled by gravity, as are all objects with mass. The reason they don't fall is that there is another force acting on them, a buoyant force from air pressure that is equal to the weight of the air displaced by the balloon.

    The reason you don't float is that the weight of the air you displace is quite a bit less than your weight (a person is more dense than air). The reason a normal balloon doesn't float is that the weight of the air it displaces is just a little bit less than the weight of the balloon (because it is filled with air, but the rubber of the balloon itself is more dense than the air).

    The analogy you want is to objects floating (or suspended) in water. Most rocks sink to the bottom, pulled by gravity, because the weight of the water they displace is less than their own weight. A bowling ball (ironically) is very close to the same density as water, so it will float suspended in mid-water, just like the helium balloon that has leaked a little bit .

    I'm blown by the fact you can write this without learning science properly .