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- Can we increase an object's gravitational force by adding energy? as energy is related to mass, which is related to gravity?

like a shot bullet or arrow has negligibly more gravitational force than a still bullet or arrow?,

this is what i'm asking,

m=e/c^2

F=Gm/r^2,

thus, F=Ge/(c^2*r^2)

where e represents the (mass of the object + energy added to the object)

thus more the energy, more the gravitational force, even though it would be negligible?

this is what i'm asking,

m=e/c^2

F=Gm/r^2,

thus, F=Ge/(c^2*r^2)

where e represents the (mass of the object + energy added to the object)

thus more the energy, more the gravitational force, even though it would be negligible?