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**New Theories / Re: Gravity In Relative Motion - is there any solution? **

« **on:**27/10/2022 16:44:54 »

But Isn't this exactky the thing about equations of equivalence, that makes both sides of such equation equivalent?Nope.

equals since equals 1 so we now have and since equals m, your equation simplifies to . So this is not very enlightening and certainly not an energy/mass equivalency equation.

It's the mass of an object at rest - so m

_{0}=m is actually true. Besides there"s nothing what wouldn't allow us to write this value in form of energy equation:

E==m0*c

^{2}

Or momentum:

p=E/c or p

^{2}=E*m0

And I'm sure there are many other ways to juggle with the variables, while keeping them equivalent. Besides, this formula becomes much more uselful while describing a massive body in relative motion...

BTW -;I will have to slightly modify the discussed scenario - it took me 2 years since I made those animations, to conclude that my scenario is far too messy. I dhould make 2 massive sources moving in relation to each other and add 4 smaller and starionary test objects - 2 objects for each moving source , placed at the same distance on both sides of thiose sources