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Posted by Mario Dovalina on October 14, 2001 18:28:37 UTC

I would have sworn that gravitational fields have infinite velocity: any object bends spacetime instantaneously. I could be wrong, but I have heard this several times.

By the way, are gravitions theoretically valid or are they just placeholders? Is it possible that gravity has no particle or wave associated with it?

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