Chapter 17

Angle of Lock On: Why We Have the Hubble Limit and Why the Numbers of Quanta Fall Off With the Square of the Distance

Why do we have the Hubble limit?

Why the numbers of quanta fall off with the square of the distance.

Scientists agree that Einstein's principle of equivalence is correct.

why gravity acts like acceleration

The speed of gravity

amount of mass increase

is equivalent to the mass increase

Relative mass is increased near a ponderable object

by accelerating something

Einstein was correct with his principle of equivalence.

general relativity curved concentrated space around these stars

one of the answers to Olbers' Paradox

concentrated charge right around the electron

airspeed indicator

Mach indicator

True Airspeed indicator (TAS)

Groundspeed readout

What is gravity?

What is relative mass?

What is spacetime?

What is the Hubble limit?

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