My intuition says yes because we are always feeling 1 g just sitting here, so a rocket ascending at say 1 g, has to feel 2 g right? But when does this stop being the case? A rocket in orbit is in free fall (weightless), so it feels no g. So then if it turns on its engine and accelerates at 0.25 g, the rocket feels 0.25 g. So at some point between launch and achieving orbit, somehow "cumulative gravity", for lack of a better term, disappears? My intuition says it disappears gradually as the flight angle changes from 90 degrees to 0 degrees. Too bad i cannot test this myself. For the sake of concreteness, assume the rocket is moving straight up away from the ground. In terms of actual motion, it is moving at 1 g, so after 1 second it will be 4.905 m above ground, after 2 seconds it will be 19.62 m, after 3 s it will be 44.145 m. It feels 2 g? Yes i tried to google this with various phrasing, but always got results about old 1g/2g/3g phones.