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Thread: Matters reaction to relativistic gravity

  1. #1 Matters reaction to relativistic gravity 
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    Sep 2006
    What is gravity's relativistic reaction to matter?

    Gravity that increases mass that also has gravity contradicts itself.

    Any position in a black hole is exposed to a force higher then that which a photon has.

    So either the mass grows, which is contradicting,
    destroys, which violates the laws of physics,
    or the gravity has no time to increase the mass's speed to that of the light before the mass becomes, with relativistic acceleration, imaginary, whilst the speed is dilated to zero, somehow.

    the vector imaginary and normal masses have are diagonal, so they don't react gravitationally. But 2 imaginary masses repell eachother.

    It's like 2 people getting to used to eachother, eventually they kinda repell eachother.

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