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-Newton gave the expression of "Gravity" as a force so [tex] F= \alpha \frac{1}{r^2} [/tex]

- Einstein believed that gravity was due to "bending of space" so we had the Geodesic equation [tex] \nabla _u u =0 [/tex] and Riemann Tensor [tex] R_ \mu\nu =0 [/tex]

- But was is Gravity from the "Quantum mechanics" point of view?..:grumpy: if in QM there are no forces, and there's no Space-time then what produces gravity at an atomic level?..thanks.

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# What's gravity from the Quantum point of view

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