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Re: Faster Than Light Travel

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Posted by gov on September 30, 1999 17:56:24 UTC

: : If gravity waves can travel faster than light why cant we ( one day )

: Because they're virtual particles

How can gravity travel faster than light... this assumes that gravity is a mass that can move. Id like to see proof of this, any how consider gravity this way: Gravity, being a force acts on all objects always so it doesnt have to travel, use your field theory!

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