Relativity and Cosmology

   

Gravitational Waves

Authors: Kenneth Dalton

The proposed theory of gravitation is summarized, with a focus on dynamics. The linearized field equations are applied to gravitational waves. The theory predicts that longitudinal waves would be detected, which exert a force in the direction of propagation. It also explains the failure at LIGO and elsewhere to find transverse gravitational waves.

Comments: 11 Pages. Journal Ref: Hadronic J. 35(2), 209-220 (2012)

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