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Earth is 71% water. Water always finds its level, aka hydrostatic equilibrium. A surface of level water cannot bend. Water cannot be wrapped around a ball. If "gravity" (which according to Jesuit Astronomer Guy Consolmagno is only a theory) existed, so strong it could hold the entire oceans of the world, how could birds, bees fly around freely and how could a football even be kicked up in the sky?