every particle in the universe attracts every other particle with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them (wikipedia)
According to the laws of gravity, every object in the universe is attracted to every other object in the universe. And has a form of gravity acting on them. I suppose the only way for gravity to be defied is to have the entire universe collapse on itself.
Even airplanes and space shuttles have gravity acting on them.AnswerAlthough this seems like a stupid question, the truth is everyone has 'defied' gravity at some point, even if for a very short time, by jumping or hopping or the like. However, gravity soon gets the better of you.
Nothing defies the law of gravity.
It doesn't, nothing can defy gravity.
A rockets thrust is what makes it rise, with the force of that, it will be able to defy gravity. Once it leaves the atmosphere, there is no gravity for it to defy.
The plural of defy is defies. As in "this defies the laws of gravity".
go into space, where there is no gravity.
The chemical that is called defying gravity.
No, they don't.
No they don't.
It doesn't, it's just strong enough to counter it by the thrust generated by the expanding gasses. It's a lot like the way your leg muscles defy gravity when you walk up some stairs.
in my estimation birds dont defy gravity,they resist with their wings.if humans were born with wings,then thats another story my friend
The water seemed to defy gravity.
see some motion
You have to be a vetaschnadin.
Gravity is not "used". In gymnastics, gymnasts almost defy-gravity by flipping in the air but have no control of what gravity does.
UFOs are simply things that not readily identified. They are not 'alien' spaceships. Nor do they defy gravity and there are many phenomena that do not make any noise.
They aren't defying gravity. They are simply stunts & tricks.
Find a way to defy gravity by creating negative energy, which is currently not possible with today's technology.
No, they do not. The jump and leap, but gravity never ceases acting upon them.