Crothers, Stephen J.
October 11, 2012
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Recall that according to Einstein his Principle of Equivalence and his laws of Special Relativity must hold in sufficently small finite regions of his gravitational field and that these regions can be located anywhere in his gravitational field. Recall also that both The Principle of Equivalence and Special Relativity are defined in terms of the a priori presence of multiple arbitrarily large finite masses and photons.
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