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  1. #1 How many dimensions does gravitons have? 
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    Gravity is an attractive force, it spreads 3-dimensionally over empty space, while charge seems to decline as if it was spread over a space with varying dimensions on various places, charges eliminate eachother, gravity never decline, can you see the pattern?


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    The effect of gravity travels at the speed of light.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf
    The effect of gravity travels at the speed of light.

    As you would perceive it, the effect of gravity is at the speed of light, because your perception depends on using light to be "aware".

    But, you may be wrong in regard to gravity "representing" light-speed force-travel............

    It could be possible that gravity represents the overall tapestry of space-time balancing itself.........upon which light moves at a certain speed.........and not necessarily determined by how light travels on that tapestry.

    ALSO, I don't think gravity "travels"............I think it MAKES THINGS TRAVEL.

    Sure, "mass" is the ingredient of the force of gravity, as though mass determines the relevantness of the force of gravity, but "mass" "is"..........the planet for instance, "is"........while light takes time to travel across something that already "is".

    (why is this in pseudoscience?)
    Does a theory of everything therefore need to be purely theoretical and only account for the known laws and forces in handling the improbability of fortune telling?

    the www feature below can explain it better.
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