can we artificially bend space?
- robertoLv 63 months ago
strong gravity thus far,has not been harnessed to a strength that bends space,,I E duplication or magnification of mass kks of times
magnets partially do this,precisely why,what the source of this force is,we do not yet understand,,beyond the fact that spinning magnets cause electron flow ,making our devices and household stuff light up & work,
- YKhanLv 73 months ago
Energy can also bend spacetime, not just mass. Einstein's previous work showed that mass and energy are equivalent.
- 3 months ago
Technically we already bend matter with the Earth.
- Jeffrey KLv 63 months ago
Only gravity can bend space. In fact, gravity is the curvature of space. Gravity can only be created by matter or energy.
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- TomLv 73 months ago
I read YEARS ago that rotating wheels with magnetic poles affixed to the rims demonstrated some space curvature along the edges, as evidenced by bent light along the edges.----It had something to do with "invisibility experiments".---Trying to bend light around objects so they could not be seen
- Ronald 7Lv 73 months ago
I would sure like to know how
- nineteenthlyLv 73 months ago
Yes, we do it all the time when we concentrate mass in a small volume.
- daniel gLv 73 months ago
Space is defined as 'void of any matter' nothing there to bend.
- Anonymous3 months ago
anytime you move anything with mass, you are bending space. merely shifting your position in your chair artificially alters the curvature of space.
@zardoz: by definition anything and everything humans do is artificial, even inadvertent modifications to space-time curvature.
- 3 months ago
No we have to do it naturally