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Old January 5th 13, 02:49 PM posted to sci.physics.relativity,sci.physics,sci.astro
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Default Special Relativity as a theory of gravity...

On Jan 5, 2:50*am, Koobee Wublee wrote:
On Jan 4, 4:56 pm, Y wrote:

This question relates to the idea of special relativity as
a theory of gravity.


The ticket to gravitation is gravitational time dilation. *Space can
curve as much as it wants. *As long as there is no gravitational time
dilation, there is no gravity. *If space is flat, gravity can still
exist if gravitational time dilation is manifested. *shrug







[Rest of mythical viewpoints snipped]


There is no flat space. It can curve concave for gravity,and convex
for expansion .The shape of the universe is "Saddle Shaped" This is
the heart of my space curved theory" TreBert
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