Investigator Magazine March, 1997


Frank P. Russo

P.O. Box 90 Campbelltown 5074 South Australia

Written January 19, 1997

Frank Russo reports a "further development" on the article Experimental Evidence for Classical Relativity published in Investigator (Nov. 1995).

Explained Mr. Russo, "The only way the equation works is if G, the gravitational constant, is twice the current value of 6.67 x 10-11 Newton m2/Kg2."

In the Investigator article, Mr Russo claimed that gravitational mass and intertial mass are not equivalent but rather that 1Kg inertial mass generates a 2Kg weight.

This, according to Mr Russo, explains why scientists (including Einstein) think that the bending of light by gravitational fields is twice what Newton's theory predicted.

Said Mr. Russo, "Basically, the gravitational acceleration 'g' is equal to the 'Force' divided by the 'Mass'. Now if the light beams' photons equate to inertial mass (i.e. half as big), then the acceleration will be twice as big: g = F/m1 ."

Mr Russo has a paper on the Michelson-Morley experiment under review in England and hopes, "It will put the final nails into Einstein's coffin."

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