many properties of gyroscopic motion are non-intuitive because I think the standard physical features are not correctly identified by observers. Some who know little quickly claim that this or that law of physics is violated and some new discovery is afoot. I tend to think that all laws of physics are being obeyed but the features are not properly identified by most observers who are too quick to claim knowledge of the underlying dynamics While I know from certain posts I have seen on this GR forum that I have lot to learn about GR and curvature of space and that mass/energy causes curvature of space from the non-vanishing of the energy-stress tensor alone, wouldn't it be the case that a spinning disc or gyroscope or flywheel is concentrating energy in a small space in such a way as to curve space? Wouldn't this explain precession motion as resulting from the center of mass of objects following curved space lines made curved by the increase in energy density local to the gyroscope? So the spinning top falls due to gravity not directly toward the center of the earth but rather in a helical path around the axis pointing to the center of the earth, and this helical path is the result of the energy concentration which is in the energy-stress tensor curving the space in the first place? Therefore, can or has a full mathematical GR analysis of gyroscopes been done to explain behaviours and derive behaviours from gyroscopic motion and combinations of gyroscopes in relative motion?