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Comment on"Frame-dragging: meaning, myths, and misconceptions"by L. F. O. Costa and J. Nat\'ario

@inproceedings{Deriglazov2021CommentOM,
  title={Comment on"Frame-dragging: meaning, myths, and misconceptions"by L. F. O. Costa and J. Nat\'ario},
  author={Alexei A. Deriglazov},
  year={2021}
}
A worldline x = (ct,x), where t ∈ R while x = const, is called an observer at rest (or laboratory observer) [1], see the discussion around Eq. (2) in [1]. In Sect. 2.1, after mentioning the Sagnac effect in flat spacetime (see Sect. 89 in [2]), the authors state: ”In a gravitational field, however, it (Sagnac effect) arises also in apparatuses which are fixed relative to the distant stars (i.e., to asymptotically inertial frames); in this case one talks about frame-dragging.”. To confirm the… 
Reply to the comment on"Frame-dragging: meaning, myths, and misconceptions"by A. Deriglazov
It has been claimed in [arXiv:2110.09522] that the expression for the Sagnac coordinate time delay given in [arXiv:2109.14641] “differs from the standard interpretation described in the book by

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