I am currently rereading the books (highly recommended to any who haven’t) and I have come across what I think is an issue with how thrust gravity is portrayed in the series. Basically we have gravity is created by a ship moving very fast in a direction, which due to Newton’s laws, causes the contents of the ship to go in the opposite direction of thrust. What is portrayed in both the books and the show, is that as soon as ships cut thrust, this gravity is lost. Why should gravity stop when acceleration is cut? As there is no air resistance to slow, the ship is still moving at the same speed, so why does the force creating gravity stop? I would assume that in order for weightlessness to resume again, the ship would have to break. There are multiple mentions in the book (the one scene I can think of in the show is when thrust is cut on the Donnager right after the death of Shed) when the artificial gravity ceases immediately after acceleration stops, before a flip and burn. I have been trying to figure this out for a while, but I have no idea- just hoping that someone can explain it to me.