Relativity and Cosmology

   

Calculating the Frame Dragging Effect Using a Classical Physics Model

Authors: Declan Traill

According to my theory [1], the space/medium field is an energy field comprised from the sum of the gravitational potentials of all masses in the Universe, with a total value of c^2 in empty space. The Frame Dragging effect is due to a percentage of that total energy being set in motion. The inertia of objects in this energy field is determined by reference to the state of motion of the field, thus if the field itself is set in motion, it affects the state of motion of objects within the field too. Due to this effect on the inertia, there is a difference in the energy of an object in orbit around a large spinning body compared to its orbits around a large stationary body.

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[v1] 2019-06-25 20:14:12
[v2] 2019-06-30 17:44:53

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