So in modern physics we were going through SR and I had a question: since gravitational fields effect the amount of time elapsed and speed of a particle; say we have photon A emitted at the origin (0,0) and photon B emitted at (2,2) such that there is a uniformly decreasing gravitational field in both (T,x) and (T',x'). Photon A and Photon B wold disagree on the state of the universe such that Photon B would be traveling slightly faster then Photon A given they both travel slightly less than c. Is this true? Do observers O and O' disagree on the gravitational field relative to each other?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Photon's disagree of the state of the universe?

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