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Linearization of the Einstein Equation and The 1993 Press Release of the Nobel Prize in Physics

@inproceedings{Lo2011LinearizationOT,
  title={Linearization of the Einstein Equation and The 1993 Press Release of the Nobel Prize in Physics},
  author={C. Lo},
  year={2011}
}
  • C. Lo
  • Published 2011
  • In spite of Gullstrand’s warning, theorists including Nobel Laureates and Field Medalists, failed to see that linearization of the Einstein equation to obtain an approximate dynamic solution is not valid in mathematics. This error is manifested in the 1993 press release of the Nobel Committee, with its misinterpretation of Einstein’s equivalence principle. In 1995, however, Lo demonstrated that the Einstein equation cannot have a bounded dynamic solution for a two-body problem or gravitational… CONTINUE READING
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