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RE: No Such Thing As A "Graviton"

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Posted by Ed Van Alstine on October 24, 2000 18:58:11 UTC

The fact that the arguement exists means there has to be a graviton. The ever elusive graviton is the force of space/time and can only be found in the vast vacuum of space. By looking at the creation of a black hole we may see how time/space is bent and thus find the force behind it. There is no graviton because to have a form that is not bent with time/space would be a paradox. But we may still call the great gravitational force that could in effect create a hyperspatial field a graviton if you would like.

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