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Re: Questioning Light

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Posted by jerome kitt/">jerome kitt on July 25, 1999 11:57:46 UTC

But, if light particles/waves don't have mass, then why do massive objects bend/curve light rays? If light can be a wave or a particle, why different aspects for a massless entity? What iguess i'm asking is, how does an object affect more stronly, the more massive it is, an entity that is massless? And, granted, even if gravity is a wave, how does one massless entity, overpower another massless entity.

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