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Pippo
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Nov11-05, 03:28 PM
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Quote Quote by jimmysnyder
Unfortunately I don't know. But I have strong reason to believe it does. The energy that you put into the particle was contributing to gravity. Now that it has been converted to mass, it seems that it should continue to do so.
I do have a strange idea.
Mass creates the space, if a mass moves there is a sort of compression of the space in the direction of the mass movements, this compression make the distance to be covered by the movement multiplied by a factor depending by the speed (here the other strange idea is that the space, being create by a mass, moves at C speed !)....I can continue if someone is interested, but don't kill me !! Tks