Can we turn the energy of a G field into mass ?
Energy of a gravitational field already has mass. Any energy has mass.
I figured you would be the first to respond , so are you telling me there is no difference
between energy and mass , If the G field has mass then how does it travel at c .
Fields don't travel.
And only objects with zero rest-mass can travel at c. They still have an inertial mass and gravitational mass.
to clear up my misconception about fields , when i create a B field by turning on a switch
to a coil of wire , how does the presence of the field get to a point away from the coil so that something far away can feel its presence .
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