April 2, 2017
With respect to the concept of gravitational curvature outlined in , can we not say that an “acceleration field” is more fundamental than a force field? All objects in a room cancel out by mass to give the same acceleration down. And all objects at radius r around a body are accelerated at the same rate. Isn't it more spatially related rather than a property of masses and forces? Although gravitational acceleration is not proper, Einsteinian, or relativistic acceleration, because a bead attached to a gravitationally accelerated body would not swing back, analogous to an accelerometer, we instead should think of it rather as a false force, as some part of the object should swing back, as if hit by something, and the accelerometer as a “forcemeter”.