# 5D World-Universe Model. Gravitation

@inproceedings{Netchitailo20165DWM, title={5D World-Universe Model. Gravitation}, author={Vladimir S. Netchitailo}, year={2016} }

5D World-Universe Model is based on the decisive role of the Medium of the World composed of massive particles: protons, electrons, photons, neutrinos, and dark matter particles. In this manuscript we discuss different aspects of the gravitation: measured values of the Newtonian parameter of Gravitation and different Gravitational effects (gravitational lensing, cosmological redshift, gravitational deflection of light and gravitational refraction, proposed in the present paper). We show inter…

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