So, here's what I was wondering today.|
1. If you have a planet, it has a gravitational field around it. If you have a planet made of antimatter, does it have a gravitational field around it as well? Or does it have an 'antigravity' field around it?
2. If you have a planet and annihilate it with an antimatter planet, all that remains is energy. Does the gravitational effect of the planet immediately disappear? Or does it 'linger' with the effect propagating at (say) lightspeed?
3. If the removal of a planet means instantaneous removal of its gravitational pull, does this suggest gravity fluctuations can circumvent lightspeed and be used as a form of instantaneous communication (similar to quantum entanglement)?
LB, you really are a massive geek.