# Can a gravitational field be represented as a wave function?

If so, the wave function must approximate Newton gravitational acceleration at significant distances from the associated object. The field strength should be finite at the center of the object. The wave amplitude should be related to the Schwarzschild radius.

The “Newton catastrophe” permits infinite acceleration at the center of a massive object. This error may be avoided if the gravitational wave is finite at the center.

Can a gravitational field associated with a massive object, may be represented as a wave function?

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can a wave be a bubble ?

Richard777 said:
If so, the wave function must approximate Newton gravitational acceleration at significant distances from the associated object. The field strength should be finite at the center of the object. The wave amplitude should be related to the Schwarzschild radius.

The “Newton catastrophe” permits infinite acceleration at the center of a massive object. This error may be avoided if the gravitational wave is finite at the center.

Can a gravitational field associated with a massive object, may be represented as a wave function?

Reference; http://newstuff77.weebly.com 06 Gravitational Wave Function.

There is no gravitational field .

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Can a wave be a bubble ?

Yes

But the bubble is not complex enough .

The bubble is the skin .

Within the bubble is nothing .

A complex bubble becomes a three dimenstional sphere of energy . Within the sphere

Our Universe

Can you? Ill tell ya that a graphing calculator has a radial function, but to draw anything requires better math than I know, and magnetic lines aren't quite gravity

There is no gravitational field .
If you're going to make provocative statements like that, you ought to at least attempt to explain yourself.

If you're going to make provocative statements like that, you ought to at least attempt to explain yourself.
Good luck!

river said:
There is no gravitational field .

If you're going to make provocative statements like that, you ought to at least attempt to explain yourself.

Because the wave of the gravity is extremely weak , to the point of irrelevence , in the low to high energy spectrum and this wave moves out from the source not inward .