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So? Of course it has a finite speed, nothing can move faster than light speed. You are talking about this like it proves gravitons should exist when really it's a grounded fascet of the theory of relativity. You can talk about all sorts of real fields that obey the finite speed, it doesn't just apply to gravitational waves. And even when we do think of gravitational waves it's still a mistake to think it's driven by a real force field.

 

Seriously, it's like talking to a brick wall sometimes 

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Dubbel is always right because he studies real science listen to Dubbel, Polymath.

No its not. A wave in a gravitational theory is an expanding motion of geometry. Geometry, curvature and the notion of distortion from real fields are one and the same thing. To say it is mediated by a graviton field is absolutely absurd! As I said before, only the lamest of theorists arrived at this conclusion while ignoring that gravity is not a real field. I've had enough now. I'm not running circles around you again like this 

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You're on ignore now. Sorry, but there's no point. You dictate on things yet you won't even investigate whether what I have said is true. You won't even admit gravity is a pseudoforce or the following objections as to why then it cannot be quantized. I'm looking foolish now by just wasting my time and effort with you.

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