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  • noun Plural form of graviton.

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  • Title: Kaluza-Klein gravitons are negative energy dust in brane cosmology

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  • Title: Kaluza-Klein gravitons are negative energy dust in brane cosmology

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  • Thus, electric fields were bal - anced by electrons, light waves by photons, sound waves by phonons, and even gravitational fields were balanced by would-be duals which are hopefully called gravitons; conversely, and most importantly, all ele - mentary particles of matter were balanced by undula - tory counterparts, the so-called de Broglie waves.

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  • For Gravitational Forces, the exchange particles are called gravitons but these haven't been observed yet.

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  • I'm not sure about the current status of "gravitons" as a mediating particle, or whether general relativity makes particles superfluous for this force.

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  • Many things predicted by the theory of relativity, such as gravitons, have never been found despite much searching for them.

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  • In modern thought, EM waves are identified with photons just as "gravitons" are identified with the waves that presumably propagate through gravitational fields when masses accelerate.

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  • Many things predicted by the theory of relativity, such as gravitons, have never been found despite much searching for them.

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  • Many things predicted by the theory of relativity, such as gravitons, have never been found despite much searching for them.

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  • Many things predicted by the theory of relativity, such as gravitons, have never been found despite much searching for them.

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