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Posted by William Cao on June 22, 2003 00:45:15 UTC

Newton calls the nature of space-time tdal acceleration, but Einstein calls it spacetime curvature. Therefore, spacetime curvature and tidal accelerations must be precisely the same thing (see http://www.eftaylor.com/download.html#general_relativity chapter2 page 7). The reason I choose to use r-coordinate was that I want to make people understand space-time-mass relation better in a simple manner. Remember that four dementional space-time has been taken into the consideration in my theory when I use radius r_rest. The issue for the GR is not space curvature, the issue is the assumption of inert mass. These assumption leads the theory not be able to consider space expansion factor and the mass decaying when the orbit reduced.
Question:
1.What do you think why the mass of "Black Hole" in the center of our milky way is so small if it swallows on Sun per week?
2.I still want to resolve my trouble with arxiv.org. What is the best way to deal with these moderators?

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