Now you put the object right above the Earth's surface, like just a few meters above the ground. Let's just assume the object will have no gravitational affect against the Earth, or any object for that matter. It's defying logic, I know, but let's just roll with that. Assuming the object would require infinite energy to move, would the Earth's gravity be able to pull it down to the ground (option #1) , or would it float in the air, unable to move at all? (option #2) Answering option #1 would imply gravity is a force with infinite power Answering option #2 would imply that the law that states all objects move at the same speed towards an object with a gravitational pull is in fact incorrect.