Does gravity travels instantaneously? Or it travels equal to the speed of light.

Answer:

No clear answer now. If we believe in the Theory of relativity, Gravity (Gravitational Waves travel with the same

Nov 15

Does gravity travels instantaneously? Or it travels equal to the speed of light.

Answer:

No clear answer now. If we believe in the Theory of relativity, Gravity (Gravitational Waves travel with the same

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Sep 06

If a person jumps out of a plane, and a few seconds later, another person jumps, why is it that the difference in their velocities stays the same? Shouldn’t it decrease because eventually, the first diver will reach maximum velocity, but the other diver will be slower at first, but then he reaches max. velocity [...]

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Aug 18

Yes, this is similar to the twin paradox, but with a few changes: Two brothers set off from earth to make a round trip of 30 light years in total. The first brother, say Albert, has a ship that travels at 10% the speed of light so his journey will take him 300 years and, [...]

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Jul 25

Derek shares his idea on origin of Gravity – “if you were to suddenly put a large object in space then the space would be pushed out to the sides (displacement) . because the object is now in the place were space once occupied ?? so space is just pushing back to its original area ???? is this what gravity is??? or [...]

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