Can theology answer the law of gravity? Yes! :)
I was thinking about this one the other day during a lecture at university. When God created the first human being he called him Adam. The Arabic word is adim-al-ard -- literally means 'something from earth'. God creates human beings who must dwell on earth and remain associated with earth. And so the laws of gravity strengthen this association as we are unable to move away from earth! A believer’s submission to God is both earthly and divine. This is why every Muslim has an obligation to God and then to their fellow human being. I believe the human being in this instance is a metaphor for 'earth'. The earth demands a right from us. Of course we do move away from the earth when we die but interestingly we leave behind our earthly body which was only of use and significance on earth, after death the soul and life that God has given us moves away to a different world, for the believer a world which is not controlled by the law of gravity.
The 19th Century poet Mirza Asadullah Ghalib from India says,
"The pleasures of the world are nothing but dust before my eyes,
Except for blood in the liver, there is nothing left in the liver."