Prove me wrong.
Just to give some context, this all stemmed from an argument I had with a teacher about whether gravity was a force or a field. I had decided it was both a force and a field, because gravity itself is a field like force around the earth, and of course gravity is part of the four fundamental forces. It's rather weird though, as most examination boards do not accept gravity as being a force.
Gravity is the name given to the force of attraction between two masses, it is a generic term labelling this force, therefore not a force itself.
I understand the generic naming, however, might I suggest that it is part of the 4 fundamental forces, and surely something which induces a force is a force. Your's Truly
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