This question already has an answer here:
Okay, there are various questions.
First, "matter and energy bends space-time" does this mean any form of energy can bend space-time?
Does theory of relativity assume that there is no other form of energy other than mass energy (includes kinetic energy) and light energy?
And is it true? I mean, is every form of energy in basic form is mass energy (includes kinetic energy) or light energy? For example, I think that electrostatic potential energy is virtual potential energy caused due to exchange of bosons, which basically is mass energy.
So, Does electrostatic potential or magnetic potential energy bend space-time? Can field theory and relativity co-exist?