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Anyone ever thought about how Einstein defined relative motion?If you accept that a relative motion is without 'resistance' it shouldn't matter if you from your frame define a binary system 'accelerating' creating a gravitational wave. They don't accelerate, they are following a geodesic 'path' without resistance. Always in a uniform motion as far as I get it? Just like ball thrown up following its geodesic.
Described though energy a body in a uniform motion, to the best of my knowledge, doesn't lose any energy?