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How Do You Dress Up A Photon?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 15, 2003 11:18:00 UTC

If two photons are traveling in a parallel path will they have a mutual gravitational attraction?

If two sets of photons are traveling in a parallel paths and each set of photons are cloaked will they have all have a mutual gravitational attraction for each other ?
***still no -no matter how you dress a photon- However, photons may be said to be attracted to mass if the mass in large enough to distort space-but itis actually the space that bends- the photon just follows the cuvature of space***

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