Light and Clock Behavior in the Space Generation Model of Gravitation
|Title||Light and Clock Behavior in the Space Generation Model of Gravitation|
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|Keywords||gravitation, Vessot-Levine, Shapiro-Reasenberg, []|
|No. of pages||13|
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General Relativity's Schwarzschild solution describes a spherically symmetric gravitational field as an utterly static thing. The Space Generation Model describes it as an absolutely moving thing. The light propagation time-delay experiment of Shapiro-Reasenberg [i] and the falling atomic clock experiment of Vessot-Levine [ii] provide the ideal context for illustrating how, though the respective world views implied by these models are radically different, they make nearly the same predictions for the results of these experiments.