graviton experiment

Experiment may prove / disprove existance of gravitons.
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Crackpot site alert- it's not only not right, it isn't even wrong!
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Yes, that apple does fall a bit far from the "General Theory of Relativity" tree. Removal of "heat" itself will cause loss of "weight". E=mc^2 applies to all energy. Accordingly, a hot brick weighs more than an otherwise equivalent cold one. The suggested experiment is doomed to failure from the outset. And lest it be overlooked, one should avoid the confusion of mass with weight.
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Yes. The author certainly has some strange opinions.
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