Experimental measurement of m(r)

This was the Sagnac effect at two different altitudes, for example on the earth’s surface and in a spacecraft with two Sagnac interferometers . Going back through the UFT papers there are many of them which deal with the effect of gravitation on light or electromagnetic radiation. It is now possible to develop the Sagnac effect in the most general spherically symmetric spacetime, and to develop the theory of light bending due to gravitation. With the new equations, any phenomenon of relevance can be developed in general spherical spacetime. For example in UFT150 and UFT155 it is possible to replace m = 1 – r0 / r by other m(r) functions. The Lamb shift theory can also be developed in a spherical spacetime, and so on.

Experimental measurement of m(r)

I was asked on details of the experimental measurement of m(r).
In Note 415(7) you proposed an experimental measurement of m(r). Is this
the only way in which gravitational effects will appear optically in
ECE2 theory? Lastly it means a change of velocity of light in
gravitational fields. The same is reported from obsolete Einstein
theory. Is there a formula in Einstein theory with which this type of
Sagnac effect could be compared? Or is this an additional effect without
prior occurence?

Horst


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