Relative energy of a black hole.
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Mar2-12, 04:38 AM
...Disembodied, because, from Ryder,
We cannot, then, identify a place or places, where where the gravitational field exists and carries energy, since whether the field carries energy also depends on the frame of reference. Gravitational energy is not localisable.
This means that gravitation energy cannot be included in the stress-energy-tensor field, as this is a mapping from spacetime into the space of tensors.
Precisely confirming my suspicions given in #59.