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If we can define for the Electro-Magnetic field an "energy"...

[tex] Energy= \alpha \int_{V} (E^{2}+B^{2})dv [/tex]

where E and B are the electric and magnetic field..but my question is...¿why can not define an "energy" for the gravitational field so H=Energy where H is the Hamiltonian?..

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# What,s the energy of the gravitational field?

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