@ Dropkick

This is the typical psychology of a jew.

@ Feyn

I will read your texts later, because it´s to arduous for me to translate that all in german.

But it succeeds very easily, the theory of relativity to be able to refute with their own means. The theorie of relativity and especially the "general theorie of relativity" will eventually expand the Newton physics and therefore also includes as a limiting case, the Newton physics, particularly Newton's law of gravity.

In our solar system is a very high accuracy, the Newton's law of gravitation, as Einstein eligible for the typical velocities and the gravitational potentials are so small that the "Newtonian limit" of the "general theorie of relativity" is practically reached.

This is also evident that in the equations of the typical additional terms to Einstein's virtually zero. One can write the equations of "general theory of relativity" from the "MTW" practically in a simplified representation of this:

Newton gravitational acceleration = + Einstein equation

In the Newtonian limit of the value of the Additional Terms Einstein practically 0, and therefore applies then:

gravitational acceleration = Newtons equation + 0 = Newton equation

The distinctive feature of the Newton equation is the gravitational effect of velocity cg, which is explicitly included in the Newton equation with the value infinitely fast. Hence comes the term, which would take into account a deficit, if cg would be infinitely less quickly, usually not in the formula, because then the responsibility for Retardierungsterm is also 0. Were this not the case, should the original Newton equation can be expanded. Denotes the gravitational effect of speed with CG would look like:

grav. Newton equation + = acceleration retardation / cg

Only if cg is infinitely fast, this term can Retardation / cg omitted since retardation / oo = 0. The "general theory of relativity" of the "MTW" equation must therefore be like this in the general case, when the speed of gravitation is not infinitely fast, but only c is large:

grav. Newton, Einstein equation acceleration = + + retardation / c

And in the Newtonian limit must always remain at least that, if Einstein is to 0, but the gravitational effect of velocity cg is replaced by c:

grav. Newton equation acceleration = + 0 + retardation / c + = Newton equation retardation / c

However, since the term retardation / c is not in the "MTW" equation, ie ART-Newton as well as "MTW" must reckon with an infinitely high speed action of gravity. According to Albert Einstein, but it should be no effect, which is faster than light. But he expects in his ART equation shown to be effective even with an infinitely high speed, since the retardation / c is omitted, which then corresponds to an infinitely fast speed of action. This means that his equations are already contradictory in itself, since they have two effective velocities and the higher one than the alleged "speed limit" is the speed of light.

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