Relativity and Cosmology


General Relativity and the Polarizable Vacuum

Authors: Todd J. Desiato

Presented herein is a revision of the time-independent solutions of the equations of motion for the Refractive Index, in the Polarizable Vacuum (PV) Model. It is demonstrated that these equations may be used to obtain solutions and equations of motion for the metric component functions, identical to General Relativity (GR). The equations of motion in this Revised PV Model are easier to solve than the equations of GR as they do not require Tensor mathematics or geometrical interpretations to be understood.

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[v1] 2012-03-28 22:43:35

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