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Gravity With Light?

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Posted by Acsacs on August 4, 2002 16:22:14 UTC

i dun think that gravity is faster then light in any case because gravity could not travell?
i think if i could put a stationary magnet at a place while a small metal which is traveling at a fast speed will be attracted to it? even though the magnet is not 'faster' in any case?
i am just new and hope u guys will teach me more

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