Following up on an interesting paper that was posted by a facebook friend, it is nice to see that the applications of gravity ultimately on a fundamental scale many postulations that I found when investigating gravity under geometric algebra - *that is*, that the torsion and ultimately centrifugal pseudo forces are not only seen as a correction term for quantum systems, but are inherently part of general relativity. It is in other words, inescapable to postulate a zero torsion in Einstein's equations - whereas modern physics has often neglected the term in probably the most consequential ways possible. It will always sum as a symmetric and antisymmetric part to the field equations.

In the following paper

https://arxiv.org/pd...-qc/0412064.pdf

It is seen that gravity applies linearly to electromagnetism in such a way that it applies uniquely to a contribution of the spin of particles (and where there is spin, there is torsion and other classical effects). So this will be the next investigations, because while I need to proof read over and over again what I have planned, this will be a continuing side-project so that I don't become mad on one subject alone. The following work will need to be composed into one paper as well and then I will be using the cited paper to extend the postulations that have been discovered.

https://spinorbit.qu.../Linear-Gravity

As the project continues, I will be using this thread for the updates of what I find. The spin domination for gravity is the only way both these two last links can be fully appreciated.