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That's a new one

Gravity isn't a theory. It was a theory before Sir Isaac Newton.

Interesting claim.

What is it you think the "theory of Gravity" was, before Newton? And what is it you think Newton did to turn that theory of Gravity into something other than a theory?

Somewhat tangentially, is the theory of relativity still a theory, or did Einstein do the same thing to the theory of relativity that Newton did to the theory of gravity?

I know how scientists use the word "theory," I'm trying to figure out what you think it means.