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Posted by Galnew Einhaw on July 7, 1999 01:45:36 UTC

If energy or e-m waves travel at the speed of light, is it also suspended in time? I know photons have zero mass, does this mean it does not follow special relativity's rules, thus goes through time as well? or does it behave differently because it is a boson (ie. no exclusion principle).

Is there and analagous way of explaining attractive forces (exchange of gravitons)?. I've heard the repulsive forces explained via recoil, which makes sense.

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