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Does MOND predict the "gravitational red shift", the basis of the GPS timing adjustment?

A reference to a peer reviewed (or refereed journal) would be appreciated.

Also any details on experiments which corroborate an MOND red-shift.

Ba'a Chatzzaf

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Does MOND predict the "gravitational red shift", the basis of the GPS timing adjustment?

A reference to a peer reviewed (or refereed journal) would be appreciated.

Also any details on experiments which corroborate an MOND red-shift.

Ba'a Chatzzaf

The paper being discussed:

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1308.5894.pdf

As you know MOND is a curve fitting exercise which is not at all involved

in the red-shift adjustments to GPS.

The curve fitting exercise [as well as at least 4 other theories] can predict

velocity rotational curves in galaxies - General Relativity plus Dark Matter

does not correctly make such predictions - not even close. General Relativity

as such is a failed gravitational theory in the general sense - though it can

be applied to get good numbers in the local area - such as GPS.

As a failed theory General Relativity continues on as a legacy theory until

it will eventually be replaced - that process is underway. McGaugh is a leader

in providing observational evidence and alternative modeling showing why

General Relativity is a failed theory. He does not claim to have a final

replacement theory.

Dennis

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Does MOND predict the "gravitational red shift", the basis of the GPS timing adjustment?

A reference to a peer reviewed (or refereed journal) would be appreciated.

Also any details on experiments which corroborate an MOND red-shift.

Ba'a Chatzzaf

The paper being discussed:

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1308.5894.pdf

As you know MOND is a curve fitting exercise which is not at all involved

in the red-shift adjustments to GPS.

The curve fitting exercise [as well as at least 4 other theories] can predict

velocity rotational curves in galaxies - General Relativity plus Dark Matter

does not correctly make such predictions - not even close. General Relativity

as such is a failed gravitational theory in the general sense - though it can

be applied to get good numbers in the local area - such as GPS.

As a failed theory General Relativity continues on as a legacy theory until

it will eventually be replaced - that process is underway. McGaugh is a leader

in providing observational evidence and alternative modeling showing why

General Relativity is a failed theory. He does not claim to have a final

replacement theory.

Dennis

I expect every theory we know and love will either be discarded or substantially modified.

Ba'al Chatzaf

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Does MOND predict the "gravitational red shift", the basis of the GPS timing adjustment?

A reference to a peer reviewed (or refereed journal) would be appreciated.

Also any details on experiments which corroborate an MOND red-shift.

Ba'a Chatzzaf

The paper being discussed:

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1308.5894.pdf

As you know MOND is a curve fitting exercise which is not at all involved

in the red-shift adjustments to GPS.

The curve fitting exercise [as well as at least 4 other theories] can predict

velocity rotational curves in galaxies - General Relativity plus Dark Matter

does not correctly make such predictions - not even close. General Relativity

as such is a failed gravitational theory in the general sense - though it can

be applied to get good numbers in the local area - such as GPS.

As a failed theory General Relativity continues on as a legacy theory until

it will eventually be replaced - that process is underway. McGaugh is a leader

in providing observational evidence and alternative modeling showing why

General Relativity is a failed theory. He does not claim to have a final

replacement theory.

Dennis

I expect every theory we know and love will either be discarded or substantially modified.

Ba'al Chatzaf

In regards to cosmology, QM and gravity - I agree.

Dennis

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