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- Yes, but is there a violation of the WEP (Weak Equivalence Principle)? Bend it Like Newton Yesterday’s post on testing the assumption that photons are massless raised a few questions for readers. One of the most common was the idea that the gravitational lensing of l...
Tags: orbits, gravity, newton, wep, einstein, mass, gravitational lensing

Ionospheric Epicenter in front of Earthquake - LAIC Process

Ionospheric Epicenter in front of Earthquake - LAIC Process -CME, LPE, magnetic resonanceTags: Ionospheric Epicenter, . in front of Earthquake, LAIC Process, lai-coupling, CME, LPE, magnetic resonance, gravity

The planes of constant t intersect the hyperboloid in 2d spheres.

Is Spacetime Countable? Written by Sean Gryb and illustrated by Marc Ngui Abstract Is there a number for every bit of spacetime, or is spacetime smooth like the real line? The ultimate fate of a quantum theory of gravity might depend on it. The troublesome infinities of quantum gravity can b...Tags: planes of constant t, hyperboloid, 2d spheres, Scale invariance, shape dynamics, gravity, spacetime countable, sean gryb

The verification of light not bending is shadows

The verification of light not bending is ShadowsTags: einstein, gravity, light bending, shadows, special theory of relativity, general theory of relativity