On calculation of magnetic-type gravitation and experiments
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The linearized Einstein equations are written in the same form as the Maxwell equation. In the case of a weak stationary field and low velocity, the geodesic equations are written in the form of the Lorentz equation of motion. We suggest that the existence of the magnetic-type gravitation predicted by GR is equivalent to the existence of the gravitational wave predicted by GR. The Schiff effect is explained as one of the magnetic-type gravitation and the new effect is given. The Hall-type gravitational experiment is studied.
KeywordsStationary Field Schiff Differential Geometry Einstein Equation Gravitational Wave
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