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Posted by CL on December 18, 1999 15:13:27 UTC

If the graviton is massless (at rest) and travels at light speed.......then does it too have energy just like the photon? Is it then subject to the same behavior as a photon in a gravitational field? This would mean that gravitational lensing of gravitons would make us get pulled toward something that is actualy in another place in the night sky, am I correct. It's kinda like getting pulled in the wrong direction, because of lensing. Is this possible or does it even make sence?

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