Ok I'm new here and I'm trying to get on my feet so I hope that this is the right forum to post this in. Anyway, Einstein supposedly proved that there was no force of gravity, that it could be subsituted with accelaration, and that gravity is made by bent space time. I have quite a few (semmingly) errors in which I may have just misinterpreted but desire to point out. I will use two very popular annalogies used by Einstien (or rather by my physics book adapting them) on how grvity works. The first is the gravity/accelaration annalogy of Einstien in a rotating elevator in space. The analogy is fine and makes sense. It states that if you were to be in a constantly accelarated (rotated) elevator in space it would pull you to the floor of the elevator and would simulate gravity, and if there were no windows you could not tell the difference if you were in an elevator on the earth. Well easily explained, but if the floor were droped out we would fling out (obviosly). You are thinking "where is he going w/ this?" Well I'm getting there. See, since you were inside of the elvator, when it accelarated the force pushed you against the floor to simulate gravity. Now the point, We are ON TOP of the earth. How in the world, if this analogy is right, are we not flung off of the surface of the earth at 1,000 something miles an hour off the earth? It would be if we were standing up-side-down (outside) on the elevator in our analogy. It would fling us off in a heart beat. It would not pull us toward its point of rotation, and we'd even have to use glue to put on our feet to stay on the outside (underside) of the elevator floor. I'll continue my second analogy/arguments on my next post to save room.