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Hello. I have a formula for gravitational acceleration

http://www.part.lt/img/eb4c24f748f6e9a2797ed354bfbe6051663.png

And I have tested it by numerical integration.

It looks it gives perfect results. For example 0.104 arc seconds per revolution for the Mercury precession.

But I have no an idea how to calculate it analytically.

Maybe this could be interesting to note:

As you see dm can be positive (when mass increase) and negative (when mass decrease).

Therefore additional force v*dm/dt acts against the changing of the velocity v.

This is very similar to magnetic induction.

Maybe even magnetic induction itself can be explained in the same way?

http://www.part.lt/img/eb4c24f748f6e9a2797ed354bfbe6051663.png

And I have tested it by numerical integration.

It looks it gives perfect results. For example 0.104 arc seconds per revolution for the Mercury precession.

But I have no an idea how to calculate it analytically.

Maybe this could be interesting to note:

As you see dm can be positive (when mass increase) and negative (when mass decrease).

Therefore additional force v*dm/dt acts against the changing of the velocity v.

This is very similar to magnetic induction.

Maybe even magnetic induction itself can be explained in the same way?

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