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Difference between revisions of "Spacetime Curvature and Gravitation"

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== Simulation ==
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Here we will describe the mechanism through which spacetime curvature (see Forms of Spacetime Curvature) produces the acceleration of gravity. A first working hypothesis is described in the simulation that follows. This needs to be formulated mathematically.

Simulation

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Remarks

See also