The Principle of Equivalence*

@inproceedings{RohrliciiThePO,
  title={The Principle of Equivalence*},
  author={F Rohrlicii}
}
  • F Rohrlicii
  • Various statements identified with the principle of equivalence are not acceptable because they are either not generally valid or are simply the definition of an inertial coordinate system. The accepted statement refers, roughly speaking, to the equivalence of inertial mass with passive and active gravita-tional mass. The clarification of this problem is greatly eased by a detailed study of the static homogeneous gravitational field which precedes the discussion of the equivalence principle… CONTINUE READING

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