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Posted by William Cao on June 22, 2003 13:17:58 UTC

I got two master degrees and took a lot of mathematics courses. The problem of GR is that during the process of trying to expand the idea of Special Relativity, equations are overly complicated and no-linear, Weak-field and Strong-field are the by-product of the simplification process. It makes wrong assumptions. The conclusions, such space contracts and time slows down toward the center of gravity, are totally wrong. Questions:
1. What is wrong with Newton's equation if the four dimentional space time has been taken into the considerations;
2. What is wrong with the following statements:

In the Newton equation: F = ma, the mass m is m = E/C^2. We prove it as follow:

There are two stars with same mass and they form a twin star system. The orbiting speed is 0.87c and it makes the kinetic mass to be the same as the rest mass. Now we consider a single star with the same mass as the twin star system. This single star has no kinetic energy. We consider that twin star system and the single star are pushed by force F1 and F2 at the same time. Assume that F1 = F2. If they do not have the same acceleration, following will happen:

After distance S, two forces stop pushing. The twin star gain speed Vt, single star gain speed Vs and Vt Vs. Later, twin star stops spinning, converts kinetic energy into the mass and still travel at the same speed since no external force is presented. Now, twin star become the same as the single one, but energy change due to the external force is different:
mV^2t mV^2s

Since the value mV2s conserves the energy, the value mV2t either reduce or increase the energy. The energy conservation is violated.

We conclude that mass:
m=E/C^2 (1.2.1)
Is the mass in Newton equation F = ma.

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