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I think not but it would be interesting to get other views on the subject.Yes. All forms of energy can create a gravitational field. Its whatever the T^00 component of the stress-energy-momentum consists of. Didn't I ever mention that the energy of a photon or a directed beam of light is all kinetic energy and that light can create a gravitational field? This was done way back in 1931 by Tolman, Ehrenfest and Podolsky in the article
On The Gravitational Field Produced by Light, Tolman, Ehrenfest and Podolsky, Physical Review, Vol. (37), March 1, 1931, pg 602-615.
I placed it online in my own words at:
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