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Posted by CL on November 26, 1999 02:16:15 UTC do believe that light is a form of the electromagnetic field right? Then light is a force, am I correct? (afterall it does knock electrons from metals to create solar power)All force is a form of mechanical energy and therefore light is energy. All energy has a corresponding mass inversly prorportional to the spped of light squared. All mass attracts all other mass. We call this gravity. So wouldn't be almost paradoxical to say that gravity has no effect on light which has energy? Would you then say that light can escape from a blackhole?

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