Gravitational Deflection in Relativistic Newtonian Dynamics

@article{Friedman2017GravitationalDI,
  title={Gravitational Deflection in Relativistic Newtonian Dynamics},
  author={Y. Friedman and J. Steiner},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2017}
}
In a recent series of papers, the authors introduced a new Relativistic Newtonian Dynamics (RND) and tested its validity by the accurate prediction of the gravitational time dilation, the anomalous precession of Mercury, the periastron advance of any binary and the Shapiro time delay. This dynamics incorporates the influence of potential energy on spacetime in Newtonian dynamics and, unlike Einstein's General Relativity, treats gravity as a force without the need to curve spacetime. In this… Expand
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