force, can force change direction, if so can gravitation force change its direction,
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Does a comet come apart in deep space? No. So why would anything else? Gravity doesn't 'hold' an atom together, the strong force and electromagnetic force do. Matter just reacts to gravity. So if gravity reversed, we'd all just float off the planet.Originally posted by Artman
Actually, thinking about it some more, with gravity reversed, the object would probably explode on a subatomic level (no gravity to hold itself together and anti gravity pushing it apart). Then all the pieces would continue seperating in their new inertial path (as Keni correctly pointed out).