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as far as I understand, according to Einstein's general theory of relativity, any mass that exists in spacetime causes a curvature in it, right?! now, my question is: does this curve take place in the time dimension (ct) or in spacetime (ct,x,y,z) itself?

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# About spacetime curvature

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