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Cancelation Of Retardation

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Posted by Dlng on March 8, 2000 04:22:31 UTC

When examining weak gravitational fields, the direction of the field is dependent on both the source
position and velocity with a possible net cancellation of propagation delay. This
brings some agreement between Newtonian mechanics and GR."

When examining
weak gravitational fields, the direction of the field is dependent on both the source
position and velocity with a possible net cancellation of propagation delay. This
brings some agreement between Newtonian mechanics and GR.

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