Re: Speed of Light/Gravity
Glenn R. Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 28 Apr 1998 06:07:26 -0500
At 11:03 PM 4/27/98 -0600, Bill Payne wrote:
>27 Apr 1998 20:40:26 -0500, Glenn R. Morton wrote:
>> travels faster than light and to travel 1000 light years in one year would
>> violate the speed of light.
>I'm only going to respond to this one point in Glenn's excellent post.
>I understand that gravity travels much faster that light, almost
>instantaneously. If it did not, then the planets would be unstable in
Nothing travels faster than light, including gravity. Gravitons, the
particle believed to mediate the gravitational force, move at c. The only
possible exception I am aware of are tachyons, but their existence is
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