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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The graviton is postulated to be spin 2.

But if a spin 2 became 2 x spin 1 sometimes then

the force of gravity could become the electric force.

And similarly 2 x spin 1 could become 1 x spin 2 sometimes.

How would the effects of such transformations be detected in

the laboratory?

The force of gravity between two masses would be larger than predicted

by relativity theory wouldn't it because there would be more spin 2 around than expected?

But if a spin 2 became 2 x spin 1 sometimes then

the force of gravity could become the electric force.

And similarly 2 x spin 1 could become 1 x spin 2 sometimes.

How would the effects of such transformations be detected in

the laboratory?

The force of gravity between two masses would be larger than predicted

by relativity theory wouldn't it because there would be more spin 2 around than expected?

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