Can gravity be manufactured in a laboratory, and can it be done without affecting local time?
- Jeffrey KLv 63 weeks ago
Gravity can only be made by matter or energy or pressure or stress.
- nebLv 73 weeks ago
Sure, just shovel matter/energy into the laboratory. It’s gravity will increase.
All gravitational differentials produce relative time dilations, so yes, the pile of stuff you shoveled into the laboratory will cause a slight local relative time dilation. But, keep in mind the time dilation from the surface of a massive object like the sun would give only a very slight slowing as compared to the surface of the earth so any time dilation from the stuffed laboratory would likely be undetectable.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
I am the proud owner of a gravy factory (including a low-salt option). This has no affect whatsoever on local time.
- 3 weeks ago
It can’t be manufactured
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- YKhanLv 73 weeks ago