I am about to give a complaint against gravity; a fundamental law of nature. I have a problem on how it works and how they describe it. I think I have a better way of describing gravity. Note: This is a attempted complaint against gravity, not a theory. Also, I am not trying to disprove Einstien's relativity theory. Please note that this has nothing to do with mass; which produces gravity. The mass that produces gravity has nothing to do with this complaint; it is centripetal forces and centrifugal (inertial) forces that I am talking about. So therefore, I will not discuss anything about mass and its effects on gravity. Gravity is the attraction between two masses. I am giving a whole different concept that does not deal with that. Now we all know the Earth rotates. This is because an centripetal force is acting on it. Like all masses, it has inertia, so it is trying to resist motion. Now if you have been to a carnival, you might have been to a ride where you were pulled back against the wall because the whole ride was spinning very fast. That is because the ride created a centripetal force towards the ride, while a centrifugal force tries to push you outward. That creates artificial, or simulated gravity, which makes you pulled back against the wall like it was gravity. Well, the Earth does the same thing; it is creating a centrifugal force, which is actually its inertia while it is spinning, and while in orbit probably; but mostly spinning. Since it spins so fast, it creates a centrifugal force that creates artificial gravity. With that artificial gravity, everything within the earth is pulled down to the ground because the Earth created the centrifugal force to produce the artificial gravity. In the process, the Earth while it spins produces an centripetal force pulling things inward toward the center of the earth. In return, a reaction force, called inertia or centrifugal force pushes you out of the center of the earth just like the sensation you felt on that carnival ride I told you about. Therefore, "simuated gravity", which, in return, creates gravity, is created. As for other planets and the moon, the gravity, or "simulated gravity" would depend on the how fast the planet and the moon rotate. For example, the moon rotates once per orbit, which is why the "simulated gravity" is weak on the moon. Supposedly, the "simulated gravity" on Venus would be extremely weak because it rotates longer than its year; 243 earth days. The faster the planet rotates, the stronger the "simulated gravity". Inversley, the slower the planet rotates, the weaker the "simulated gravity". This probably better explains things like why we are sent in the opposite direction when we try to push on something in space and why we are not like that on earth. Like I said, this is an attempted complaint, not a theory against gravity. Any thoughts, criticisms, comments and objections are welcome.