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    Re: gravitational fields
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2008 Mar 15, 04:10 -0500

    Peter wrote
    
    > The Speed of Gravity - Repeal of the Speed Limit
    > "the most common interpretation ... is that the speed of gravity is the
    > speed of light. This interpretation is also based on a misunderstanding of
    > the implications of aberration and confusion between the meanings of
    > gravitational force variations and gravitational waves."
    
    Off topic, but allow me put it another way--an old question.  Our Sun is
    gone in a nanosecond. Light continues to come our way for approx. 8 minutes.
    What happens to gravity (Sun's) the moment it ceases to exist? (Not a star
    size; red yadda yadda vs. ... trick question).
    
    Bill
    
    
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