Is the curvature of the space time of the universe the smallest as compared to the Curvature of a photonic mass?

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    No. It is greater.  This should be obvious. 

     A photon supposedly has ZERO rest mass, goring. Yes, this IS an assumption to make the math a little less complicated. When you figure out how to pin down a photon long enough to measure its rest mass without destroying it, write it up and submit it for peer review in the scientific journals and scientific American. Then wait 6 decades. You might get a Nobel prize. You have to still be alive to get a Nobel prize. 

  • Dan
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    4 weeks ago

    Sorry you're question makes absolutely zero sense.

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    • Dan
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      4 weeks agoReport

      I'm sorry, but it was your poor grammar which led to my comment.  Your question literally made no sense. Before writing in public, you should consider learning the basic writing skills.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    What is a photonic mass? And how do you measure is curvature? A photon has no mass.

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