Definitions

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  • adj. gravitomagnetic

Etymologies

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gravi- +‎ magnetic

Examples

  • If the field is simple (no net gravimagnetic field), then the proper acceleration of the bullet should be gamma squared more than normal (because it has to hit at the same time as the stationary mass, as classically, and demanded by the equivalence principle - floor coming up to meet those particles.)

    Dark Matter: Still Existing

  • (Remember that for the bullet, it is sitting there and no gravimagnetic fields should apply, just (presumably) the combined fields from the two pencils of light.

    Dark Matter: Still Existing

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