Relativity and Cosmology

   

Gravitation, Force and Geometry

Authors: J. Arnold

Gravitation is described as a uniquely geometric phenomenon, incompatible with the concepts of force and energy, and only analogically associable with non-geometric mathematical formalizations. In particular, the mathematical derivation of gravitational waves from the field equations is shown to be arbitrary and physically untenable.

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[v1] 25 Aug 2010
[v2] 30 Aug 2010

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