A few days ago I was thinking about Gravity and something hitted me. Is it possible that Gravity doesn't exist and in turn it's just an extension of the Strong Force? Gravity has always been extremely misunderstood in all of science, all it's known about it, is what it does, it pulls matter, but nobody really know what exactly it is! I started thinking about it when sometime ago I read some reports that in some experiments when scientists are able to cool matter down to absolute 0, Gravity seems to lose it's effect, this could indicate that Gravity is actually a byproduct of another fundamental force. Does this theory have some grounds in reality or is there something I'm missing?