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Gravity Probe B: A foregone conclusion?

  1. Apr 24, 2004 #1

    Ivan Seeking

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    Assuming that everything works correctly, is there any question about what the results will be? Would any surprise whatsoever be fundamentally significant - even "earthshaking"?
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    I think it would. Any varience from prediction would be the first time a prediction of GR did not return confirmed. It would be an indication (the first real indication) that GR is incorect.
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    be prepared for a null result for first run.
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