Think about it, gravity is everywhere. Even in the 'fundamental particles', there is gravity, except no one can quite explain why. I will present my own explanation, which is philosophical, but it is quite stupid to separate philosophy from science. Philosophy is objective based as well, except, instead of explaining how things work, it explains the human experience. It explains what is. And that's exactly why I'm posting this thread. Everything is Gravity because everything is everything. Existence is everything, so it must be 'binded' to itself. Makes sense, yeah? Think about it for a second. Ok, so many scientists say that gravity comes from a "separate" (oxymoron in fundamentalism) particle called a graviton. If that's true, then why isn't that particle fundamental to other particles? If we can't break down fundamental particles, just as we can't find any evidence of a graviton existing, then doesn't that prove that existence just is? So really, particle or not, existence is gravity. So existence has to constantly move to continue being. This requires to pull and tug on itself. The same can be said about consciousness. Everything is affected by this gravity. Even light affects our weight. Our consciousnesses are a product of gravity, desperately seeking to hold itself in our heads up and away from the gravity of the earth. We seek to find the perfect balance between all gravitional pull. We are existence. We are gravity. What do you think?