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Table Of Contents

1.2 Basic concept
1.3 Current theory of spacetime curvature
1.4 Explanation of spacetime deformation
1.5 Mass-volume equivalence
1.6 Einstein Field Equations
1.7 Classes of volumes
1.8 Example: Atoms
1.9 Conclusions
2.1 Principle of gravity
2.2 Principle of split
2.3 Stress-energy tensor
2.4 Synthesis
2.5 Wheeler's Intuition
2.6 Example of mass and gravity
2.7 Equivalence principle
2.8 Relativistic particles
2.9 Crystals
2.10 Example of mass-volume equivalence1
2.11 The mass excess
2.12 Conclusion
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Basic material
3.3 The FSR
3.4 Experiment #1
3.5 Experiment #2
3.6 Conclusions
3.7 The light deflection
3.8 The Von Laue Diagram 2
4.1 Abbreviations used in formulas
4.2 Conventional mass-volume conversion
4.3 Starting point
4.4 The "mass effect"
4.5 Mass-volume conversion
4.6 Confirmation by experimentation
4.7 Calculation of the curvature of spacetime
5.1 Experimentation
5.2 The Schwarzschild Radius Rs
5.3 Discussion concerning Rs
5.4 The Minkowski Metric
5.5 The Schwarzschild Metric
6.1 The Potential
6.2 The Newton Formula
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Part 1 - Mass and Gravity

Part 1 - Mass and Gravity

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