This is a question I'm throwing out there for anyone who may know: Is there an exact known ratio for the curvature of space-time in relation to an object's mass? In other words, is there a value or equation that is used to determine how relatively distorted space will be due to an object's gravitational pull? And what kind of units are used to describe 4-dimensional space, or higher for that matter (what can I say, I like asking questions)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

After all, ignorance is not always bliss...8)

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# Gravity in relation to time

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