In reply to Dave Roberson's message of Thu, 25 Jan 2018 16:20:29 -0500: Hi David, [snip] >Robin, > >I guess I do not understand how many far away objects would get information >about the conversion that takes place.
...through a lessening of the gravitational field of the Universe? (probably spreading out at light speed?) >If the mass equivalent remains the same and its center also is conserved then >what is different? As I understand it, gravity is caused by curvature of space associated with particles. Once the particles are converted to photons, they no longer curve space in the same way, hence gravity changes. Note:- I may have misunderstood Mills on this, so please refer to the relevant chapter of his book for a better understanding. >Of course the photons would interact differently than the two particles but >that effect would be localized I think. > >Does Mills suspect that the gravitational mass is different between photons >and electrons of the same energy? Yes, AFAIK. [snip] Regards, Robin van Spaandonk local asymmetry = temporary success