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Gravity changes geometry, so wouldn't gravity change gravities path as well?
Has gravitational paralax ever been observed? And secondly, if blackholes cause infinite curvature of spacetime how can gravity excape?
Propogation of gravity should be bent the same way light is, due to gravitational curvature
Propogation of gravity should be bent the same way light is, due to gravitational curvature, I just titled it gravitional paralax. And I dont understand your explantation for blackholes. Im saying gravity doesnt travel fast enough to escape a blackhole. Gravity has to obey every geometrical altercation just as light would have to.
Allright then, we know that gravity is emitted from stars, planets, any point of mass. So our measurement of where the gravity is coming from is where we view the objects position. Gravity alters our perception of geometry, thus altering our perception of where an object is (paralax) So if gravity didnt bend around massive objects, that would mean that we would perceive gravity as coming from a different place than the particle that emitted it. Have we ever measured that?
And also I dont see how we are able to conclude that gravity is a change in geometry or a force. I mean, Einsteins equivalency principle states that gravity acts the same as a uniform force.