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If the photon rest ( or proper ) masso = 0, how come light is bent in a gravity field?
Newton's Theory of Gravity requires that there be at least two or more extensible and ponderous masses at a given distance ( Einstein: spooky 'action at a distance' ) from each other for a force of attraction to exist between them. The answer lies in Einstein's General Theory of Relativity which differs from Newton's concept of immutable space and time.
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