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Posted by Bruce on August 3, 2002 23:29:09 UTC

The natural phenomena I mentioned are predicted by General Relativity. They are subtle and very difficult to experimentally measure. If they don't exist in nature then the model of gravity referred to as GR will probably be falsified. If the model referred to as GR wasn't created then we probably wouldn't even be looking to confirm such phenomena. I'm asking Doctordick what his model predicts wrt these phenomena predicted by GR. Do they exist in nature of not? A typical crank theory generally makes no real predictions that can be experimentally falsified. Your comments sound like Dick's crank theory predicts that the predictions of all models of natural phenomena will be realized because of some....sneaky physicist trick? LOL.

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