In reply to  Eric Walker's message of Sat, 3 Feb 2018 15:42:29 -0700:
>On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 6:21 PM, <> wrote:
>So now, you have either proven that photons do contribute to gravitational
>> mass,
>> or that particles never enter a black hole. :)
>Suppose for the sake of argument that photons carry mass in a very
>delocalized way.  Would there be enough of this mass to account for the
>experimental observations that heave lead astrophysicists to search for
>dark matter?

When you look at the night sky, it is mostly black, so there don't seem to be as
many photons around as would be needed to account for dark matter (or dark
energy for that matter ;). Of course, I could be wrong, but that's my first


Robin van Spaandonk

local asymmetry = temporary success

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