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A Re: free fall

  1. Feb 23, 2016 #1
    To Dr Greg: Sir, Why did you block my question? It was a simple one before (perhaps I said too much. It was and remains, "does anyone know the answer as to what GR says about the relative velocity between free falling objects in non-homogeneous gravity fields when the objects are co-linear." The possible answers, it seems to me are "yes", "no" with a few more words of explanation. I do have my own ideas about the answer if the experiment were to be carried out, but I did not put forward any "alternate theory". Next stop is MIT where I have had an affiliation in the past although not with the physics dept. Mine was with RLE and Draper Labs. I am now retired. In any event, my best to you DavidF
     
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