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Are Newton's gravity waves detectable by a laser interferometer?
Newton's theory of gravity supports "gravity waves" in that moving objects cause changing gravitational fields. For example, two bodies rotating around their center of mass will have a stronger ...
Apr 7 '11 at 1:47
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