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RE: RE: How Good Is GR?

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Posted by Thanh Nguyen on March 24, 2000 23:16:49 UTC

My friend showed me her explanation of starlight bending that matchs the observation without GR (of course, it is not Newtonian). I advised her to talk with physics proffesors. She listened to me and brought it to some local universities. The first proffessor said:"It is a good stuff! But I don`t have time now!". The second proffesor said:" It is a good stuff. I need time to read it.". But for a long time, he have not had further comments. The third proffessor looked over it quickly and said:" It is not wrong, but it is also not right" and gave her some reasons which did not convince her (and me).
If you know some proffessors who are really interested in the stuff, will you let me know, Mathman?

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