Subject: how does a rotating object affect the space-time field?
Date: Sun Sep 20 11:05:25 1998
Posted by james harwood
Grade level: nonaligned
City: mesa State/Province: az
Area of science: Physics
If an object (a torus) were placed in space and rotated (meaning, if it were
lying on the x-y plane, the torus would be spun on its z-axis) at speeds
approaching the speed of light, what effects, if any, would there be on the
space-time field local to the object?
Re: how does a rotating object affect the space-time field?
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