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Me Wrote:

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> [How does the "mass" inside the black hole

> "affect" space-time outside the event horizon?

> by what mechanism?

>

> another way to ask:

> does mass warp space directly?

> so is what we see as "gravity" is just the

> warping of space?

>

> Or does mass give off a gravitational field

> consisting of "gravitons" which interacts with

> other bodies and space.]

>

> Of course mass warps the spacetime around it.

> That is a core feature of GR. The two are only

> different perspectives.

hi Me,

No they are different mechanisms

If "mass" whatever that is,

warps "spacetime", whatever that is,

then no gravitons and no "gravity field", (which is just a gang of particles) are needed,

which is why Einstein came up with warping

(Gravity is the warping of space-time, the warping of spacetime near mass is what we perceive as gravity)

the two bodies do not influence each other thru fields but through "spacetime"

[www.youtube.com]

so no gravitons or gravitational fields in GR

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> [How does the "mass" inside the black hole

> "affect" space-time outside the event horizon?

> by what mechanism?

>

> another way to ask:

> does mass warp space directly?

> so is what we see as "gravity" is just the

> warping of space?

>

> Or does mass give off a gravitational field

> consisting of "gravitons" which interacts with

> other bodies and space.]

>

> Of course mass warps the spacetime around it.

> That is a core feature of GR. The two are only

> different perspectives.

hi Me,

No they are different mechanisms

If "mass" whatever that is,

warps "spacetime", whatever that is,

then no gravitons and no "gravity field", (which is just a gang of particles) are needed,

which is why Einstein came up with warping

(Gravity is the warping of space-time, the warping of spacetime near mass is what we perceive as gravity)

the two bodies do not influence each other thru fields but through "spacetime"

[www.youtube.com]

so no gravitons or gravitational fields in GR

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