Mass of graviton

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The rest mass of the graviton is assumed to be zero. What would be the implications if this was not true?
It could possibly explain 'dark energy'.
Richard Kavanagh

Richard

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Mass of graviton

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The rest mass of the graviton is assumed to be zero. What would be the implications if this was not true?
It could possibly explain 'dark energy'.
Richard Kavanagh

I think this paper by M. Tajmar, F. Plesescu, K. Marhold and C.J. de Matos implies a non zero mass for the graviton.

Richard

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