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Posted by Clerk on July 22, 2004 13:04:44 UTC

Gravity does not exist in Einstein's theory. Only space-time curvature does.

Gravity exists in quantum mechanics as an exchange of gravitons, which are sometimes virtual, as coming from a black hole.

The two theories are dual in that they describe the same process with different assumptions and mathematics.

At least that is what I read. All the real physicists like Wanda, Bruce and yanniru seem to have disappeared from this forum.

J

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