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Kinetic gravity

  1. Jul 2, 2012 #1
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  3. Jul 2, 2012 #2


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    Nothing could prove it "impossible" in the purest sense. One could continually add various rules to it to make it "work" with our current observations. General relativity was developed in the early 20th century and has proven to be the most accurate way to model the gravitation. Kinetic Gravity doesn't even take into account the most basic principles of GR, so it cannot be considered to be accurate. (Or correct if you prefer to call it that.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_relativity

    It is extremely unlikely that you will find an article "disproving" the theory, as it never saw widespread acceptance and is lacking key things that we already understand, as the wiki article explains. Not much point in disproving something that never proved anything to begin with.
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