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This link to my mathematical description of the proposed spacetime structure is provided in the paper.I think @jeff was expecting to find the maths in the paper, which is the usual format, even if it is a graphical presentation of the maths.
In order to improve your chances of getting an endorsement, it would be worth looking at some of the papers on arxiv and using a similar layout, putting all references at the end and including your main arguments in the discussion section and a conclusions summary.
I was going to comment on the links problem but looks as though you are going to sort that.
A comment on page 6 where you write:
“placing 2 clocks in differing locations that share the same longitude (to equalize centripetal motion) and the same height from centre of earth (to equalize position in gravity field), but in locations of known significant difference in geological density”
You need to explain more about what you mean by “equalising the position in the gravity field” - placing the clocks equal distance from the centre of earth doesn’t do that. The relationship between distance from earth centre and gravitational potential assumes an even distribution of mass, any local density will cause a variation of gravitational potential and the field gradient vector.
If near this “location of ... significant difference in ... density” the clock ticks faster then this implies that relative clock rate is not directly dependant on relative gravitational potential. This is a major conclusion and dwarfs any bounce theory, as such it should be clearly stated in the abstract and conclusions and the main body should make it clear why this occurs.
I wouldn’t bother showing examples of use of inverse functions. Anyone familiar with this area will understand how they are used, but will want to see you explain why and how you have used them in this particular case - this should be in main body.
Do you have a newer version that you have proof read? There are a number of typos etc.
Hope that’s helpful.
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