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Comments on Profile Post by ChristineM

  1. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    Hi, looks like the powers that be limit my response to 420 characters so I will have to break my response into a few blocks. I think 512 characters would make more sense ha ha.
    Jul 2, 2021
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  2. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    I don't dispute that observation or observations involving the merger of black holes, the point I've been trying to make (apparently very poorly ha ha) is if you pluck a star or whatever from the universe then the gravitational effects of the missing star could be measured across the entire universe at the same time hence instantaneous gravity.
    Jul 2, 2021
  3. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    Of course plucking a star from the universe violates conservation of energy... As do stars falling beyond the particle horizon given finite gravity... And as maybe the mass of a star on formation of a black hole.
    Jul 2, 2021
  4. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    I am math guy who has written software most of my life not an astrophysicist so I fully understand you are much more qualified to comment on this than I am... But there seems to be some issue with finite gravity and observations like the particle horizon.
    Jul 2, 2021
  5. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    Entanglement is instantaneous as I understand it, I'm not sure how to express it but seems like a similar connection for gravity that maybe we don't fully understand yet.
    Jul 2, 2021
  6. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    Ah, a mandatory 1 second delay enforced between consecutive posts, that's reasonable.
    Jul 2, 2021
  7. JoshuaTree
    JoshuaTree
    Please feel free to correct me anytime, blunt is fine ha ha, I'm a bit slower than some here but will probably respond to criticism with more questions until I'm satisfied with my understanding. I'm not quite satisfied with finite gravity yet, and who knows maybe it will just click with me and I'll be done with it. Of course I'll have to find something else to talk about here.

    Thank you again!
    Jul 2, 2021
  8. ChristineM
    ChristineM
    It would be the same effect but with a negative gravity wave

    I dont think entanglement is an issue, the graviton particle is theoretical.

    I too am no astrophysicist but i try to keep on top of cosmology as a hobby
    Jul 2, 2021
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