Is gravity a wave or a particle?

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Garnet McKenzie asked a question: Is gravity a wave or a particle?
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Date created: Thu, Jun 10, 2021 10:50 AM
Date updated: Wed, Jun 22, 2022 9:53 AM

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If your question is about the force of gravity in relation to rest mass, the intermediating mechanism is not a wave and not a particle. It is vector space and the velocity is instantaneously. If your question is in relation to mass (like Dark matter), gravitation has wave properties and is bound to the speed of light.

  • In the view of the quantum theory, each particle corresponds a wave. If gravity also follows the quantum theory, it is both a particle and a wave.

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Neither. It's a force. A force of space that acts similar the the pressure of water exerted on an object when in deep waters. Space is the ultimate of deep waters.

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