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Posted by FineS137 on April 5, 2001 18:04:26 UTC

"Is gravity faster than light? ....Please provide references to any opinions expressed. "

Gravity "waves" travel at the same speed as light, see-
http://hometown.aol.com/zcphysicsms/gwaves.htm. However, the "remote coordinate" speed of light is not always c, and so there are spacetimes for which the remote coordinate speed of light and gravity waves is increased beyond c. see-
http://home.aol.com/zcphysicsms/superlum.htm

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