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Motion due to energy/formation of gravity

by 1832vin
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Jun10-14, 02:04 PM
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there are a few thing that i am always boggled about, if it can be explained, can you please explain it?
why does mass move when energy is given? ( i mean kinetic energy)
or the same thing, but phrased differently;
how does mass move through space and time?

the second question is
how does gravity form? and how can is apply energy to distant masses?
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