# Gravity is an intrinsic property of every atoms? [closed]

1. If gravity is the force of attraction between masses, does this force is an intrinsic property of every atoms?

2. Is there any possibility of some other particles within atom which is yet to be discovered?

3. Or is it simply a result of cosmic waves which created due to big bang?

4. Does anyone have any information regarding variations in gravitational force?

5. If its not there then is it simply be "something like plasma which entire universe in within its plume and huge masses simply accelerate the attraction"?

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## closed as not a real question by dmckee♦Jun 25 '13 at 15:36

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Gravity is a force exerted not only by every atom but by every elementary particle, every mass in any form, and every energy, including potential energy between elementary particles, and it acts on everything - all forms of energy-mass, too. Experiments prove the "equivalence principle" - the fact that mass is subject to equally strong gravity regardless of the form - with the relative precision of $10^{-16}$ in some situations. Einstein's general relativity describes gravity in terms of a curved spacetime. No "plasma" is involved. –  Luboš Motl Jun 24 '13 at 5:25

4. No. Not until you clarify what you mean. If you are talking about variation of the Gravitational constant throughout spacetime, there are some theories on it, like Dirac's large numbers hypothesis (see wiki link linked to) and some other gravitational theory which replaces $\frac{1}{G}$with a scalar field $\Phi$ instead. I can't rem ember its name and I couldn't find it either. I'll try to remember and tell you later (if I can remember). Edit: Yes, I remembered! It is Brans-Dicke theory.