Detached blocks from grids should be susceptible to artificial gravity
Working with Large grid welders building / destroying projections, As well as detaching rotor heads; When blocks are detached from their grid, they fail to follow the gravity of whats around them (Artificial; I havent worked on a planet yet). Instead of falling to the ground, they float away. This happens with Large and small blocks in a large grid area.
EX: Station on an asteroid, with a gravity generator (directly below it even), Detach rotor head of a large grid (with large grid on head side too), and then bump it with something, it will float away (or it will stay in the air).
EX: Destructing a small grid, which is attached to a rotor head on a large grid. A piece falls off that was attached to the larger portion of the smaller grid; it begins to float away, instead of falling down.