An Equation for G

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Scientific Paper
Title An Equation for G
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Author(s) Bob de Hilster
Keywords graviton
Published 2008
Journal None
No. of pages 7

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The comparative results of the graviton equation to Newton's gravity equation show that the force curves and gravitational acceleration curves are similar but different. In an attempt to understand how they could be similar, a special case is developed that explains how this was possible. In the process, an equation for the gravitation constant G was developed. These calculations from the graviton equation have shown that G in fact may be a curve and not a constant. However, in extreme cases, the equation for G is may be either invalid or not needed at all. But it may also help determine if the graviton is the cause of gravity.