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A Theory of Gravitation in Flat Space-Time

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A Theory of Gravitation in Flat Space-Time
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Publisher: Science Publishing Group
ISBN-13: 9781940366111
Number of pages: 192

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In this work the theory of gravitation in flat space-time is summarized. Most of the received results of the theory of gravitation in flat space-time are compared with those of general relativity. We only give a small part of the experimental results.

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