An Axiom-free Relativizing of Newtonian Physics Predicts the Gravitational Redshift as Good as General Relativity

Authors: Ramzi Suleiman

Of the most important predictions of General Relativity theory, are its success in predicting the light bending near massive celestial objects, and the gravitational redshift, suffered by light emitted from such objects. In a recent article we showed that an axiom-free relativizing of Newtonian Physics, termed Information Relativity theory, predicts, at least as good as General Relativity, the degree of solar light bending observed during all investigated Solar eclipses. Here we demonstrate that the theory also matches the predictions of General Relativity for the gravitational redshift.

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