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Spacetime is not curved by gravitons. There is a base space that is flat and continuous and made of the interval: [0,1). Then gravitons come and make images of points that are displaced relative to these intervals. This way we can also account for Electromagnetism curving spacetime, as well as the other forces.

We postulate that space emerges from a semi-continuous flat base-space. This base-space is constructed from [0,1) pieces as follows:Using the Superimpose points operator: 𝐒 and the superimpose left out points operator: 𝐓 we construct images of the base space points and postulate that it is the relevant field that produces these images. For example, the graviton field produces images (usually called spacetime). We choose our origin at a left out point then:gravity-spacetime = T_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+α^0_(2n),2n+β^(^0)_(2n))S_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+1+α^(^1)_(2n+1),2n+1+β^(^1)_(2n+1))×T_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+α^2_(2n),2n+β^(^2)_(2n))S_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+1+α^(^3)_(2n+1),2n+1+β^(^3)_(2n+1))×T_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+α^4_(2n),2n+β^(^4)_(2n))S_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+1+α^(^5)_(2n+1),2n+1+β^(^5)_(2n+1))×T_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+α^6_(2n),2n+β^(^6)_(2n))S_(n=-∞)^(^∞)(2n+1+α^(^7)_(2n+1),2n+1+β^(^7)_(2n+1))where α^(^j)_(^i) and β^(^j)_i are elements of (-∞,∞) and n can be the Planck length. Where 𝑺(n,n) contributes a point at x=n, y=n and T(m,m) contributes a left out point at x=m, y=m.

Quote from: PasalaSuppose if Sun stops rotating what happens to other planets?....how this curved space time or gravity tells or influences or drags mass. It is true that there is an effect called "Frame Dragging", predicted by Einstein's relativity.- It is an extremely subtle effect, and was only demonstrated in delicate satellite experiments in the past 10 years - and then only to a fairly rough approximation.- If the Sun stopped spinning, the frame-dragging effect of the Sun would cease, and this would have a tiny effect on the orbit of Mercury, only observable over centuries.- It would have almost no effect on the EarthThe Frame Dragging effect is thought to be a significant factor in the relativistic jets produced by supermassive black holes at the center of quasars.- But the effect is negligible for an object like the Sun.See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame-dragging

Suppose if Sun stops rotating what happens to other planets?....how this curved space time or gravity tells or influences or drags mass.

All other planets stops rotating and comes to stationary position.

Quote from: pasala on 27/02/2021 17:12:24All other planets stops rotating and comes to stationary position.No, not at all. As a matter of fact, we know of a star that has planets rotating in the opposite direction of the star's spin.

Do, any example, where planets rotate when star is at rest or stationary.

why planets are existing or found in solar systems only.

Unless a star such as Sun curves or distorts space time no planet can curve or distort, locally.

Quote from: pasala on 07/03/2021 16:34:15why planets are existing or found in solar systems only.That's part of what defines a planet. It must be orbiting a star by the current IAU definition. If it's a "rogue planet" that is travelling freely through space, then it technically isn't a planet under the current IAU definition.Quote from: pasala on 07/03/2021 16:34:15Unless a star such as Sun curves or distorts space time no planet can curve or distort, locally. No. The Earth would still have gravity even if the Sun wasn't there.

Quote from: pasala on 07/03/2021 16:34:15 Unless a star such as Sun curves or distorts space time no planet can curve or distort, locally. No. The Earth would still have gravity even if the Sun wasn't there.

If there is no gravity, all the planets, like apple, will remain then and there.

Quote from: pasala on 14/03/2021 16:14:08If there is no gravity, all the planets, like apple, will remain then and there.Without gravity, there wouldn't be any planets.

The space station is not in earth’s gravitational field.

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