While Einstein’s Theory of Relativity uses kinetic energy to alter space-time and balance the planetary orbits; Global Physics finds an additional force or second component of atractis causadue to global or kinetic ether, adjusted also by kinetic energy, to explain the physical reality without altering it.
The Global Gravity Law deserves special mention for implying a different explanation, which is consistent with common sense, for the decisive predictions of the General Theory of Relativity by means of a small adjustment to Newton’s Law of Gravity. I am referring to the effect of the gravitational lens, the gravitational red shift of light and the precession of the perihelion of Mercury.
With an emphasis on geometric interpretation, this masterful and comprehensive book introduces the theory of relativity; describes physical applications, from stars to black holes and gravitational waves; and portrays the field’s frontiers. The book also offers a unique, alternating, two-track pathway through the subject. Material focusing on basic physical ideas is designated as Track 1 and formulates an appropriate one-semester graduate-level course. The remaining Track 2 material provides a wealth of advanced topics instructors can draw on for a two-semester course, with Track 1 sections serving as prerequisites.
This must-have reference for students and scholars of relativity includes a new preface by David Kaiser, reflecting on the history of the book’s publication and reception, and a new introduction by Charles Misner and Kip Thorne, discussing exciting developments in the field since the book’s original publication.