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Hi I was wondering if there is an equation for finding the gravitational pull on on all object in the universe (including that's that are massless)
zepp0814 said:Hi I was wondering if there is an equation for finding the gravitational pull on on all object in the universe (including that's that are massless)
Energy-mass gravity is the fundamental force that causes objects with mass to attract each other. It is responsible for the gravitational pull that keeps planets in orbit around stars and holds galaxies together.
Energy-mass gravity is described by Einstein's theory of general relativity, which states that massive objects cause a curvature in the fabric of spacetime. This curvature is what causes objects to be pulled towards each other.
The relationship between energy, mass, and gravity is described by Einstein's famous equation, E=mc^2. This equation shows that energy and mass are interchangeable and that mass can be thought of as a concentrated form of energy. The more mass an object has, the stronger its gravitational pull will be.
No, energy-mass gravity applies to all objects with mass, regardless of their location in the universe. This includes objects on Earth, in space, and even at the subatomic level.
Currently, there is no known way to manipulate or control energy-mass gravity. However, scientists are constantly researching and exploring ways to better understand this force and potentially harness its power in the future.