If Einstein proved that light (a massless object) can be bent because of space-time. Then what happens to newton's gravitation equation F = Gmm/r^2. Obviously this cannot apply to light, so technically this should fall completely, having both Newton's and Einsteins discovery working at the same time can be confusing.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Does Einsteins GR theory disproves newtonian gravitation?

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