RINDLER FORCE AT LARGE DISTANCES

@article{Grumiller2011RINDLERFA,
  title={RINDLER FORCE AT LARGE DISTANCES},
  author={Daniel Grumiller and Florian Preis},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics D},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={2761-2766}
}
Given some assumptions, it is possible to derive the most general post-general relativistic theory of gravity for the distant field of a point mass. The force law derived from this theory contains a Rindler term in addition to well-known contributions, a Schwarzschild mass and a cosmological constant. The same force law recently was confronted with solar system precision data. The Rindler force, if present in Nature, has intriguing consequences for gravity at large distances. In particular, the… 

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