I would like to know if the following statements are true: Gravity is a force that exists regardless of pull or push. It is actually a force that depends on two masses and the distance between those two masses. Imagine the following scenario: You are being shot into a travelling capsule in a tunnel that has no air resistance. It does not matter whether you are being shot forward in the capsule tunnel or sucked backwards since gravity is not a force reliant on direction but a force between one body of mass and another body of mass. The only factors that matter in gravity are acceleration, mass and distance. The existence of gravity is not dependent on a push/pull action because those are directional vectors and gravity only concerns with acceleration, mass and distance as stated previously. This can be verified by looking at Sir Isaac Newton's equation of Gravitational force: Gravity exists everywhere in the universe. Thank you.