Relativity and Cosmology

   

A New Take on Gravitational Waves

Authors: Jeremy Dunning-Davies, Richard Lawrence Norman

Following recent announcements concerning the detection of gravitational waves and the accompanying claims that this offers further proof of the validity of the theory of general relativity, here some long forgotten work showing that the existence of such waves was predicted in the very early years of the last century and had been hinted at even before that is brought to light. Yet again the question of whether or not a piece of experimental work establishes the place of general relativity in modern physics is raised.

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