Numerical
Relativity - a post mortem

Numerical Relativity is a widely published computational paradigm with similar goals to this algorithm: orbit-gravity-sim-12.exe (OGS12). That purpose being to observe and predict the potential effects of Relativity on orbits, most especially binary orbits. The
article titled: ‘
Simply
put, my claim is that if a binary pair has gravity moving at the
velocity of light, then they will both |
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Even though it is quite apparent that Centrella (et al) have not even
vaguely considered the geometric effect on a binary system with gravity
moving at velocity, let us look at the premise that they begin with: . |
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So we clearly have two given reasons for the alleged inward movement
of the binary black-holes towards the centre: Firstly, the Numerical
Relativist concept of ‘gravitational radiation’ –
which is said to result in a loss in mass and velocity – and
secondly the ‘fall inward, toward the center’ which
is the inwards spiral from General Relativity which Hawking measures
in electrical heaters: . |
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At no point does any author even consider that a delay in gravity
must have a geometrical effect on the shape of a binary orbit. Scenario
[13] of the orbit-gravity-sim-11.exe
algorithm (OGS12) shows that a radical outwards spiral must result
from gravity travelling at the velocity of light for a binary system.
This scenario is at the scale that the Numerical Relativists suggest.
The outwards-spiral is a purely logical consequence, and is a far
larger effect than any other aspect of theoretical physics mentioned
in the Centrella article or any other historical reference:. |
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Notice the orbit-path trailing behind the body in this image. This
represents the difference between the position of the body itself
and the position of the gravity-origin for the opposing body. This
difference is caused by the delay in gravity due to it supposedly
travelling at the velocity of light. I cannot say it any more clearly than this: There is zero evidence that any other Post-Newtonian theorist ever considered the role that the velocity of gravity plays in the geometry of an orbit: it causes a prodigious outwards spiral enormously greater than any other effect of any other Post-Newtonian theory on most orbits by a factor of roughly about a million times. . |
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This is an extract summary of Chapter XXX of the book: Flight Light
and SpinDownload page for relativity simulation: algorithm orbit-gravity-sim-12.exe The full chapter can be downloaded here: Sum-Theory.pdf (5.5 mb, 57 pages, this pdf file is too big for chrome, use firefox) List of: abbreviated short articles . . |
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