I am 9 years old. Can anyone explain this to me?
Well, I said it was easy to read, but that was for me, and I'm 27. So no promises lol. Out of all the books on science I've read, that one was one of the most enjoyable because it is very different from the others. It's almost like a comic book in that every page has pictures and stuff on it to help you understand. You may be able to look a few pages on amazon.Thank you - I understood that well. Thank you for suggesting the book - I'm going to save up for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
Could you explain why you think that the strength of space-bending depends on the density of matter?
I think you are mistaken.Because that's what observation indicates. In fact, our whole space exploration effort depends on the reliabiliy of this generally-agreed-upon conclusion. In fact, whole cosmological theories are built upon that observation.
Of course. That's what I meant but expressed it wrongly. I used the term density as a substitute for amount, which is wrong. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.I think you are mistaken.
I think observation dictates that curvature depends on the amount of mass not on the density of mass.