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If I interact gravitationally with another object, then the theory of massive gravity implies that I am exchanging massive gravitons with that other object. Am I the source of these gravitons? If so, does that mean that, in this theory, gravitational interaction requires a constant exchange of energy? If so, do I lose (probably very small) mass just be being in a gravitational field? If not, why not?

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