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Greg Bernhardt Nov13-03 12:30 AM

Energy Redshift Paradox
 
Within the framework of General Relativity in one of its most simple forms, the Schwarzschild solution, a very interesting paradox can be proposed involving the conservation of work / energy. Itís a puzzle for the Relativity buff. In this short discussion I outline this energy redshift paradox, and the implications for an attempted solution.

http://physicspost.com/articles.php?articleId=179

MathematicalPhysicist Nov13-03 05:36 AM

correct me if im wrong but in the article erich states that acceleration is dx/dt^2 i think he forgot to raise the d to square because the notation for second deravative is d^2x/dt^2.


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