Above is our favorite BBC footage. The one where Brian Cox tells us falling objects are not falling, but rather, they are standing still.
The video below is a rocket launch, that may just bring the entire theory into question. Notice when the bottom is jettisoned the smaller piece vanishes in seconds, while the bigger piece lingers for a long while.
In the video below Brian Cox tells us about electrons.
Electrons in our hand are responsible for not allowing an apple to go through our hand. Right, the video is older, but one minute gravity pulled objects down, the next minute objects are not pulling down, but rather they are standing still. Standing still, despite falling. They can't make up their minds.
What are they going to teach us about electrons now? Obviously electrons are no longer needed to keep non-falling density from going through our solid flesh.
Above is how gravity works. Well, used to work. Now when you jump you wont be falling back to earth. Not according to Brian Cox, anyway. NASA is there too, with him. Yes, now when NASA launches a ship, it's engines are no longer propelling it away from the earth, the earth orbiting away gives it the graceful look of flying. They'll wait for the moon to orbit around and land under their non-falling craft.
"Did you hear that chirp, 1/100 of a second ago?"
"Yes, why I yes I did. That son, is the sound of two converging black holes over 2 million years ago, over 9 gazillion km away. It all happened on June 15th, about mid-day. Why, I do believe it was raining that day. I can tell by the pitch and frequency. I also believe ice is forming on Mars. Yes, most certainly ice, on the northern pole."