Authors: Seamus McCelt
Gravitation without mass? Yes, it is the "curve ball" a new celestial object.
It has all of the same properties as a black hole but it is made from pure spacetime curvature - so it is made from nothing.
That means intense gravity with zero mass.
This is a representation of a star surrounded by curved spacetime...
1 3 5 ● 5 3 1
The amount of curve is represented by numbers.
Closer to the star equals more curve, a higher number, for instance 5.
As you move away from the star the amount of curve will of course diminish: 5, 3, 1, 0
If there are 2 stars in a binary system orbiting each other:
1 3 5 ● 5 3 1 1 3 5 ● 5 3 1
Their curves will overlap - the curve will of course add together: 1 + 1 = 2
1 3 5 ● 5 3 2 3 5 ● 5 3 1
With one billion stars in a galaxy the curve ball number would be one billion.
1 3 5 ● 5 3 (one billion) 3 5 ● 5 3 1
The massive gravity will be misinterpreted as something with mass, but there is nothing there.
That means there can be an enormous amount of gravity with zero mass.
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