[SOLVED] This seems kind of weird, but...is there really no such thing as gravity in Hi, I was just wondering about this because....you see how there's supposed to be no gravity in space, but i sort of think there is because of the movement found within our glaxay and our entire solar system. uhh...it's kind of hard to explain, but everyone knows about the Corneleous Effect found on Earth. Ugh...i can't spell it but it's the movement of ocean currents and it shows that ocean currents above the equator move clockwise while the currents move counter clockwise below the equator. These ocean currents are caused by gravity, right? Well....how exactly is our milky way galaxy moving in a spiral and our planets circling around the Sun? The reason why this is happening to our solar system is simple. As we all know planets tend to orbit around those who are larger because they have a stronger magnetic pull also known as gravity. (this can include stars, right?) well, as we know, our Sun is the largest Star, therefore, the planets would orbit around it, causing the circular motion. But why do galaxies move that way? But if there is gravity in space, where is it coming from?