This paper is essentially a sequel to the II Nuovo Cimento article (107B, 941, 1992) by the author on the new theory of gravity. Our aim is to discuss some of the points which were not possible to tend to in the original article and some that came to our attention since its publication. However, efforts are made to make the present discussion self-contained by briefly restating the general features of the theory in appropriate places. Professor Carroll O. Alley will present a concise summary and some of the recent results in these proceedings.
KeywordsMercury Covariance Burrows
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