weight is gravitational pull.. gravity, i think
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Since you used terminology like "weight/attraction", I will use classical mechanics mainly, I may make a reference to general relativity but I won't give much details of it since my knowledge on such theory is very limited.
You do attract other objects but the force of attraction from you to other objects is much smaller than the force of the Earth attracting those same objects. A simple proof is the Cavendish experiment performed on 1798 - https://en.wikipedia.org... - . This experiment shows the gravitational attraction between lead spheres, while you're not made of lead, you do have mass just like the lead spheres so just like the lead spheres you do attract other objects.
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i dont beat gravity of earth
why is this so hard for you guys
Also by the title of your debate it is clear that you're the one who doesn't understand even the simpler models of gravity.
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