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Posted by Bruce on November 6, 2002 16:09:06 UTC

"...he does not seem to be arguing that GR is wrong, but
rather than it must be used with instantaneous propagation of the force of gravity as the mass producing
space curvature moves about."

Just exactly what do you think this does for Einstein's model? If the force of gravity propagates instantaneously it falsifies relativity. Einstein doesn't treat gravity as a force and nothing .... read the comment by Edwin Taylor. Anybody who thinks you can modify relativity to accomodate instantaneous propagation of anything is a friggin crackpot.

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