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  1. If you are a researcher in gravitational mechanics, please join us in the discussion. What we have done today is a modification of Newton's gravitational equation. Its significance is great, it can be comparable to GR. In the discussion, I hope you can analyze from the perspective of classic physics, and temporarily forget SR. *********************************************************************************** Newton told us that the speed of the gravitational field is infinite. The gravity equation is: F = G*M*m/R^2. No matter what the speed of the object is, it cannot escape the influence o
  2. If the weakest gravitational wave could rise the fluctuation of the LIGO interference fringe of light, how should we neglect the gravity’s influences on light? We raise the possibility that the light is affected by the gravity. In this way, the Morley Experiment would not find the movement of interference fringe either in the air or in the vacuum environment.
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