Reply Thu 22 Dec, 2016 05:34 am

Was Einstein wrong about gravity?
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Reply Thu 22 Dec, 2016 05:45 am
I think the argument will be around the hole area of whether gravity is actually a "Force".
Einstein works in certain conditions and Newtonian theory works in others.
In geophysics we use Newtonian (and only a wee bit of quantum) theory because the "force" is applied mostly to static or slow moving large scale systems" in non-molten conditions

Things like gravitational constants and gravitation equations are all useable and they WORK.

We could be all qet but in a systematic fashion that we have one of those field equations upon which we base a false technology. BUT until someone disproves it, Im still hiring out consultants and grad students to do gravitational surveys for mapping of ore bodies and hydrocarbon reserves
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Reply Thu 22 Dec, 2016 06:13 am
This article is about 'Verlinde's hypothesis of gravity'
Reply Thu 22 Dec, 2016 06:27 am
one of several papers over the last 30 to 50 yqr .
Ive been dealing with it in our trade for years.

Explaining a gravity survey to physicists as the hardest
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