The General Theory of Relativity and Newton's Law of Gravitation

@article{Gilbert1957TheGT,
  title={The General Theory of Relativity and Newton's Law of Gravitation},
  author={Christine Gilbert},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1957},
  volume={179},
  pages={270-270}
}
IT is generally believed that the general theory of relativity is a theory of gravitation which treats only the case for which the Newtonian attraction between particles m1, m2 at a distance d apart is γm1m2/d2, where γ is a constant, and that the case when γ is replaced by a variable quantity γ′ is beyond the scope of the theory. I do not believe that this… CONTINUE READING