What experimental results support the existence of gravity particles?
There is no such experiments yet because of the range of energy which should be used.
What is the effect of increasing the mass on the experimental value of the acceleration due to gravity?
What is it called when a scientist personal opinion affects the way experimental results are reported?
Do experimental results agree with the theoretical value and the equivalent resistance and why or why not?
Using modern technology like scanning tunneling microscopy, pictures can be taken of atoms. Their existence has also been proven through Einstein's Brownian motion calculations, to mathematically estimate the distance tiny particles will move based on molecular bombardment. Another experiment was done using these calculations on particles of resin in water with positive results.