Look at this websitewww.spacetimemodel.com It says that mass is really just a 4d volume of spacetime displacing and therefore warping the spacetime around it and so the answer is all mass displaces and so warps spacetime.
There is no such thing as gravitational force. Mass curves spacetime and stuff moves through spacetime in straight spacetime paths. The effect of this is what we call gravity. The more the mass the greater the curvature of spacetime.
Yes, the sun has much more mass than the earth so the sun warps spacetime much more than the earth warps spacetime. The amount that spacetime is warped by an object is proportional to the strength of that object's gravity.
There is motion in spacetime. Everything that moves through space automatically moves through spacetime. However consider the comment in the discussion section; yes, it might be said that there is no motion in space time IF you no longer define… Full Answer
Based on Einstein's theory of relativity, spacetime is curved around massive objects, and gravity "acting" on objects is actually just the objects following this curve in spacetime. Gravity is not a force.
Nobody know for sure how gravity works, but the most commonly accepted theory is Einstein's theory of general relativity. Einstein's theory states that spacetime can be distorted. (Spacetime is usually interpreted with space being 3-d consisting of length width and… Full Answer
I always like the easy questions...! The universe expands into nothing at all. Note that this is different from a vacuum. The universe expands into where there is nothing there. When the universe was created, spacetime, the "construct" in which… Full Answer
Gravity, according to Einstein, is caused by matter and energy which bends spacetime. This deformed spacetime then gives the appearance of gravity even though objects are traveling in straight lines in a curved space.
Gravity does not escape, its not a thing, it is the warping of spacetime produced by mass. A black hole has lots of mass packed in a very tiny volume so it warps spacetime quite significantly, producing strong gravity around… Full Answer
There is no 'why' for"Why was there aBig Bang to start the universe." The Big Bang is just one of many theories and beliefs that our universe had a beginning in SpaceTime. It is justa conceptual abstraction of SpaceTime via… Full Answer
Spacetime can be looked at as a "fabric" of space and time. It is composed of the 3-dimentional space we are familiar with and by time. Answer improved: Spacetime is composed of three vector space displacement dimensions (ix +jy +kz)… Full Answer
No, a black hole will not reflect light. A black hole has such high gravity that it bends spacetime into a "hole" that light cannot get out of. Any light energy that crosses the even horizon will follow the curve… Full Answer
Wormhole is imagined as a tube or tunnel "short cut" between two distant position in SpaceTime or (more extreme) between two separate universes. I have provide a related link to a wormhole diagram web site to provide an abstraction of… Full Answer
There is a very easy analogy for how gravity works. Everything in the universe takes place within spacetime. Imagine spacetime as a trampoline. Where mass exists, spacetime becomes curved, just like a trampoline would become curved if one were to… Full Answer
yo holmes, you are currently warping spacetime by existing. This bend is what is creating the gravitational pull you are experiencing. Have you considered inverting your spacetime warpage? Try bending space the other way, and see what happens. Now you're… Full Answer
He meant that the gravitational pull of a mass is just the curvature of spacetime caused by a mass. You can think of spacetime as a blanket pulled tight on all corners. If you place a large object in the… Full Answer