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G for Gravity , is is a wave or a particle ? 

We know that gravitons can travel higher dimensions, and it causes distortion of space and time.

1.What is the true nature of Gravity is it a wave (Gravitational wave) or a particle ?

2.Is there any relation between Light and Gravity ?

3.In string theory, did we successfully unify Gravity and Light(electromagnetic radiation) ?

there are so many similarities  between G and C....

4.Does light really travel infinite range ?
 
« Last Edit: 15/07/2009 10:19:24 by ScientificBoysClub »


 

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G for Gravity , is it a wave or a particle ? (SBC )
« Reply #1 on: 15/07/2009 10:23:16 »
Light in some cases really matches some similarities with G force they are like brothers , am I right ?
 

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G for Gravity , is it a wave or a particle ? (SBC )
« Reply #2 on: 15/07/2009 11:15:42 »
"G for Gravity , is is a wave or a particle ?  "
Why assume it's one or the other?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 15/07/2009 11:15:42 »

 

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