## The Theoretical Significance of Experimental Relativity |

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Introduction | 1 |

Three Famous Tests of General Relativity | 25 |

Longrange Scalar Interaction | 44 |

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anisotropy Appendix arbitrary assumed assumption atom boson cent cloud considered convection coordinate system core cosmology coupling constant covariant curvature decrease dependent dimensionless discussed distant matter earth effects Einstein's Einstein's field equation electromagnetic elementary particles energy Eotvos experiment equations of motion equivalence principle Euler equation evolutionary age expansion expected field equations function galactic galaxy geodesic globular clusters gravitational acceleration gravitational constant gravitational coupling constant gravitational field gravitational interaction halo population heat heavy element Hubble age hydrogen inertial forces invariant isotropy laboratory Lee-Yang luminosity Mach's principle magnetic field main sequence mantle mass distribution measure metric tensor null observations obtained photon Phys physical possible problem R. H. Dicke radius ratio red shift relativistic relativity result Riemannian geometry rods and clocks scalar field scalar interaction space stars stellar surface temperature tensor field term tion universe uranium variational principle vary vector field velocity