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Offline granpa

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A current of electric charges creates a magnetic field not a gravitational field.
But a current of Gravito-magnetic monopoles would create a gravitaional field.

Maybe particles with Weak hypercharge are Gravito-magnetic monopoles
Neutrinos possess Weak hypercharge.
So maybe a current of neutrinos would create a gravitational field
« Last Edit: 14/01/2016 22:00:35 by chris »


 


Offline alysdexia

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too few

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitoelectromagnetism

Sadly it looks like they assume the bullshit Schwarzschild coefficient.
 

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