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Physics professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates gravity and the science behind it.

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Using Einstein's elaborate theories, Jim Al-Khalili looks at whether the rate humans age is affected by gravity and the speed at which the Earth moves.
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Professor Jim Al-Khalili tries to find where gravity is weakest in Britain and where humans weigh the least.

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