By reading on the internet I ve found various websites talking about the relation between gravitation and electromagnetism, and in particular, under: - "Small" Gravitational fields -"small" changes in energy with respect to time, The linearized enstein' s field equation becomes pretty much similar like Maxwell's equations of EM. What I wanted to ask, was: For the gravitational law of induction (equivalent of faraday' s law), if there s a time-varying magnetic field, is there such a limit for the frequency of the magnetic field under which the relation between gravity law of induction and faraday' s law does no longer apply? If so, how would the equation become, I mean, how would the system "Gravitational field -Magnetic field" behave? Thank you(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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