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Topic: GEOMETRIZED GRAVITY: THE FUNDAMENTAL RED HERRING IN EINSTEINIANA
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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the speed of spund is not affected by the speed of the speaker, or of
the hearer (mod shockwwaves etc.

Posted: Jun 19, 2013 8:12 PM
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gravity was already geometrized by Kepler and Gauss,
globally (Kepler) and locally (Gauss,
with his theodolite in Alsace-Lorraine.


thus quoth:
Clearly, the speed of light varies with both the gravitational
potential and the speed of the observer, just as predicted by Newton's
emission theory of light.



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