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Re: Mass And Gravitational Force, WHY?

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Posted by Andrew Robbins/">Andrew Robbins on February 11, 2000 06:21:14 UTC

Great, mass curves space-time and causes gravity, WHY?

Distance is measured differently to an object with velocity relative to a reference, why?

Time dilation is always preasent with space shortneing, why?

Can anybody say why, not how?

Sure, mass causes gravity (obviously), but why? Not how much, not the effect it seems to have on space-time, why it causes this effect?

Thank you.

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