Is the curvature of the space time of the universe the smallest as compared to the Curvature of a photonic mass?
- CarolOklaNolaLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
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.
- DanLv 44 weeks ago
Sorry you're question makes absolutely zero sense.
- 4 weeks ago
What is a photonic mass? And how do you measure is curvature? A photon has no mass.