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## Main Question or Discussion Point

So according to all if you drop a feather and a bowling ball on earth in vaccum it falls at the same speed. So that says acceleration of gravity is not affected by mass only the momentum.

And this says that even a moon size iron ball would fall at the same speed to the earth as a feather(in vaccuum)

And therefor if a black hole would fall on the earth(earth gets sucked in) it would suppost to fall at the same speed as the feather.

But that tells us that the speed of gravity is the same no matter what? and that is not true because we all know that when you jump at the moon it takes longer for you to fall down than if you where thrown at a neutron star or a black hole, you would accelerate extremely fast and die.

So that tells us that more mass=more/faster acceleration

So you put two neutron stars next to each other, they merge very fast(right?)

And put two earths next to each other, it takes more time for them to collapse

I am just confused why you say no matter what the weight is velocity is always the same but you fall at light speed(at least very fast) into a black hole....

And this says that even a moon size iron ball would fall at the same speed to the earth as a feather(in vaccuum)

And therefor if a black hole would fall on the earth(earth gets sucked in) it would suppost to fall at the same speed as the feather.

But that tells us that the speed of gravity is the same no matter what? and that is not true because we all know that when you jump at the moon it takes longer for you to fall down than if you where thrown at a neutron star or a black hole, you would accelerate extremely fast and die.

So that tells us that more mass=more/faster acceleration

So you put two neutron stars next to each other, they merge very fast(right?)

And put two earths next to each other, it takes more time for them to collapse

I am just confused why you say no matter what the weight is velocity is always the same but you fall at light speed(at least very fast) into a black hole....