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Posted by Duane Eddy on April 24, 2003 00:23:59 UTC

From your reference “action at a distance” is defined as an interaction between a field and an object. Correct?

You said:
Since I have assumed gravity to be an attribute of eternal particles, gravity is also eternal. Movement of the particle entails instantaneous movement of its gravity, as movement of one end of a stick entails instantaneous movement of the other end.

Instantaneously? In violation of the limiting speed of light?

How fast do you assume gravity travels?

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