Are laws of nature really the same in all reference frames?
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Feb12-12, 06:49 AM
A clock on board the ISS and the Earth would now tick different due to different gravity.
This mean that the laws of orbit gravity
be the same these 2 places, simply because the time consumption to complete one orbit for both objects, - is larger for the ISS
How do you get from the above correct statement to this incorrect conclusion? The law of physics which pertains to this situation is GR. What makes you think that GR states that both clocks should measure the same time?