"Paradox of radiation of charged particles in a gravitational field" - Wikipedia ( Paper by a guy I forget the same of)

so my main question to anyone familar with this paradox is:

• Where does this energy "go". radiation can only be seen in the free fall frame, if the energy radiates away in a free fallframe,then how can it still be there in an earth rest frame.

• This article states earth is NON inertial but many other sites ive seen say that it IS inertial. So which one is it? ( if it isnt inertial then the equivelance princible wouldnt hold as a charged particle should fall slower due to radiation

• in empty space if there are 2 charged particles if particle A accelerates, particle B's frame of reference sees an emmition of radiation from A. But,in A's frame of reference although it is accelerating relatve to B, it is "stationary" relative to itself,so in this reference frame it is actually B that is accelerating and therefore should emit radiation. I have a feeling this last one isnt true as A is accelerating and is therefore NON inertial, but I dont get how this is any different from a freefall acceleration of a charged particle seeing a particle emit radiation on the surface of the earth.

• Similar questio asked beforw but answers insufficient Nov 1 '20 at 19:31
• If you found similar questions you should tag them and tell us why they are insufficient, otherwise it's going to be harder to help you Nov 1 '20 at 19:57
• You will get better answers to your question if you link to the articles that prompted it, and if you look up the name of the effect.
– rob
Nov 1 '20 at 20:01
• Unruh. The 'answer' to the paradox itself is Unruh radiation, which is indeed seemingly paradoxical, and still controversial as to whether it actually, factually exists... Sort of like the unrelated Casimir Effect... According to the Unruh Effect idea, you, right now, ARE radiating, a little tiny bit, at (I believe) very low frequencies, just by virtue of being stationary in a gravitational potential... Apr 24 at 22:54