**Newton's**- Newton's law of universal gravitation provides an excellent approximation in most cases. (schools-wikipedia.org)
- Gravitation" is a general term describing the attractive influence that all objects with mass exert on each other, while "gravity" specifically refers to a force that is supposed in some theories (such as Newton's) to be the cause of this attraction. (schools-wikipedia.org)
- Newton's law of universal gravitation. (schools-wikipedia.org)
- In this package we study Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation and show that it predicts the motion of the planets and the motion of objects near the surface of Earth. (compadre.org)
- Today we will learn about Newton's theory of universal gravitation. (phy6.org)
- All of these researchers began by trying to suitably modify the existing theory, the field theory version of Newton's theory of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**metric-affine gravitation theory**- General covariant transformations are sufficient in order to restate Einstein's General Relativity and metric-affine gravitation theory as the gauge ones. (wikipedia.org)
- In comparison with General Relativity, dynamic variables of metric-affine gravitation theory are both a pseudo-Riemannian metric and a general linear connection on a world manifold X {\displaystyle X} . Metric-affine gravitation theory has been suggested as a natural generalization of Einstein-Cartan theory of gravity with torsion where a linear connection obeys the condition that a covariant derivative of a metric equals zero. (wikipedia.org)
- Metric-affine gravitation theory straightforwardly comes from gauge gravitation theory where a general linear connection plays the role of a gauge field. (wikipedia.org)
- Gauge symmetries of metric-affine gravitation theory are general covariant transformations. (wikipedia.org)
- Due to this splitting, metric-affine gravitation theory possesses a different collection of dynamic variables which are a pseudo-Riemannian metric, a non-metricity tensor and a torsion tensor. (wikipedia.org)
- As a consequence, a Lagrangian of metric-affine gravitation theory can contain different terms expressed both in a curvature of a connection Γ {\displaystyle \Gamma } and its torsion and non-metricity tensors. (wikipedia.org)
- A metric connection is associated to a principal connection on a Lorentz reduced subbundle F g X {\displaystyle F^{g}X} of the frame bundle F X {\displaystyle FX} corresponding to a section g {\displaystyle g} of the quotient bundle F X / S O ( 1 , 3 ) → X {\displaystyle FX/SO(1,3)\to X} . Restricted to metric connections, metric-affine gravitation theory comes to the above-mentioned Einstein - Cartan gravitation theory. (wikipedia.org)
- In metric-affine gravitation theory, in comparison with the Einstein - Cartan one, a question on a matter source of a non-metricity tensor arises. (wikipedia.org)

**Maki Murakami**- I turned in this fanfiction at http/ a site naughtily dedicated to Gravitation by Maki Murakami. (fanfiction.net)
- Gravitation (Japanese: グラビテーション, Hepburn: Gurabitēshon) is a yaoi manga series written and illustrated by Maki Murakami. (wikipedia.org)
- The chapters of Gravitation are written and illustrated by Maki Murakami. (wikipedia.org)
- This is a list of characters from the shōnen-ai manga series Gravitation written and illustrated by Maki Murakami. (wikipedia.org)

**Einstein's**- Gravitation is a physics book on Einstein's theory of gravity, written by Charles W. Misner, Kip S. Thorne, and John Archibald Wheeler and originally published by W. H. Freeman and Company in 1973. (wikipedia.org)
- Associating the scalar field with the metric leads to Einstein's later conclusions that the theory of gravitation he sought could not be a scalar theory. (wikipedia.org)
- Einstein's former calculus professor, Hermann Minkowski had sketched a vector theory of gravitation as early as 1908, but in 1912, Abraham pointed out that no such theory would admit stable planetary orbits. (wikipedia.org)

**gravity**- The terms gravitation and gravity are mostly interchangeable in everyday use, but in scientific usage a distinction may be made. (schools-wikipedia.org)
- Gravitation (or gravity), inverse-square law, solar constant. (phy6.org)
- Self-gravity affects bodies passing each other in space within the sphere defined by the Roche limit because relatively small bodies could be torn apart by differential attraction, but typically the effects of self-gravitation keep the smaller body intact because the smaller body becomes elongated and the gravity of the body is able to overcome the momentum from this interaction between bodies. (wikipedia.org)
- It has been related to W. J. Reilly's law of retail gravitation, George Kingsley Zipf's Demographic Energy, and to the theory of Trip distribution through gravity models Trip distribution#Gravity model. (wikipedia.org)
- In quantum field theory, gauge gravitation theory is the effort to extend Yang-Mills theory, which provides a universal description of the fundamental interactions, to describe gravity. (wikipedia.org)
- It should not be confused with gauge theory gravity, which is a formulation of (classical) gravitation in the language of geometric algebra. (wikipedia.org)
- Gravitation (also known as Gravity) is a mixed media work by the Dutch artist M. C. Escher completed in June 1952. (wikipedia.org)
- Demographic gravitation Gravity model Observations named after people Reilly WJ (1931) The law of retail gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**Newtonian**- Stewart proceeded to apply Newtonian formulae of gravitation to that of "the average interrelations of people" on a wide geographic scale, elucidating such notions as "the demographic force of attraction," demographic energy, force, potential and gradient. (wikipedia.org)
- In gravitation, Chasles' theorem says that the Newtonian gravitational attraction of a spherical shell, outside of that shell, is equivalent mathematically to the attraction of a point mass. (wikipedia.org)
- The prototypical scalar theory of gravitation is Newtonian gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- However: The theory fails to predict any deflection of light passing near a massive body (contrary to observation) The theory predicts an anomalous perihelion precession of Mercury, but this disagrees in both sign and magnitude with the observed anomalous precession (the part which cannot be explained using Newtonian gravitation). (wikipedia.org)
- First, this theory is not derivable from a Lagrangian, unlike the Newtonian field theory (or most metric theories of gravitation). (wikipedia.org)

**Retail Gravitation**- In economics, Reilly's law of retail gravitation is a heuristic developed by William J. Reilly in 1931. (wikipedia.org)
- New Laws of Retail Gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**inverse-squ**- inverse-square law of universal gravitation. (schools-wikipedia.org)

**gravitational**- Scalar theories of gravitation are field theories of gravitation in which the gravitational field is described using a scalar field, which is required to satisfy some field equation. (wikipedia.org)
- The best known relativistic classical field theory of gravitation, general relativity, is a tensor theory, in which the gravitational interaction is described using a tensor field. (wikipedia.org)
- The journal's field of interest is modern gravitational physics, encompassing all theoretical and experimental aspects of general relativity and gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**1973**- Wheeler, John Archibald (1973), Gravitation, San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, ISBN 978-0-7167-0344-0 It has also been translated into other languages, including Russian (in three volumes), Chinese, and Japanese. (wikipedia.org)

**thorne**- and in that order- has anybody read gravitation by kip thorne. (physicsforums.com)
- has anybody read gravitation by kip thorne. (physicsforums.com)

**Demographic**- Demographic gravitation is a concept of "social physics", introduced by Princeton University astrophysicist John Quincy Stewart in 1947. (wikipedia.org)
- Stewart, J.Q. "Demographic Gravitation: Evidence and Application" Sociometry, vol. (wikipedia.org)

**tensor**- This was one reason why Nordström turned to scalar theories of gravitation (while Einstein explored tensor theories). (wikipedia.org)

**relativistic**- Note: This article focuses on relativistic classical field theories of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- The first attempts to present a relativistic (classical) field theory of gravitation were also scalar theories. (wikipedia.org)
- The second remains of interest both as an important milestone on the road to the current theory of gravitation, general relativity, and as a simple example of a self-consistent relativistic theory of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- Nordström's theories arose at a time when several leading physicists, including Nordström in Helsinki, Max Abraham in Milan, Gustav Mie in Greifswald, Germany, and Albert Einstein in Prague, were all trying to create competing relativistic theories of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**theories**- Difficulties of constructing gauge gravitation theory by analogy with the Yang-Mills one result from the gauge transformations in these theories belonging to different classes. (wikipedia.org)
- title= (help) Alfred North Whitehead Classical theories of gravitation Eddington-Finkelstein coordinates Will, Clifford M. (1993). (wikipedia.org)

**physics**- The Physlet® Physics Gravitation Illustrations Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 12. (compadre.org)
- The Physlet® Physics Gravitation Illustrations Package was developed using the Easy Java/JavaScript Simulations (EJS) version 5. (compadre.org)
- A. Cox, W. Christian, and M. Belloni, Computer Program PHYSLET® PHYSICS GRAVITATION ILLUSTRATIONS JS PACKAGE (2017), WWW Document, ( https://www.compadre.org/Repository/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=14307&DocID=4667 ). (compadre.org)
- Physlet® Physics Gravitation Illustrations JS Package [Computer software]. (compadre.org)
- In theoretical physics, Whitehead's theory of gravitation was introduced by the mathematician and philosopher Alfred North Whitehead in 1922. (wikipedia.org)
- In theoretical physics, Nordström's theory of gravitation was a predecessor of general relativity. (wikipedia.org)

**theory**- That is why he named his idea the theory of universal gravitation. (phy6.org)
- My real question was about that online course about gauge theory of gravitation and about the book which inspired it. (physicsforums.com)
- On the other hand, gravitation theory is built on the principal bundle F X {\displaystyle FX} of the tangent frames to X {\displaystyle X} . It belongs to the category of natural bundles T → X {\displaystyle T\to X} for which diffeomorphisms of the base X {\displaystyle X} canonically give rise to automorphisms of T {\displaystyle T} . These automorphisms are called general covariant transformations. (wikipedia.org)
- The Yilmaz theory of gravitation is an attempt by Huseyin Yilmaz (1924-2013) (Turkish: Hüseyin Yılmaz) and his coworkers to formulate a classical field theory of gravitation which is similar to general relativity in weak-field conditions, but in which event horizons cannot appear. (wikipedia.org)
- The first was quickly dismissed, but the second became the first known example of a metric theory of gravitation, in which the effects of gravitation are treated entirely in terms of the geometry of a curved spacetime. (wikipedia.org)
- As an example, this theory is particularly useful in the context of pedagogical discussions of how to derive and test the predictions of a metric theory of gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- Therefore, one can regard it as a classical Higgs field in gauge gravitation theory. (wikipedia.org)
- Therefore, Einstein - Cartan gravitation theory can be formulated as the metric-affine one, without appealing to the metricity constraint. (wikipedia.org)
- arXiv: 1008.0171 G. Sardanashvily, Classical gauge gravitation theory, Int. J. Geom. (wikipedia.org)
- Then we discuss shortly about the renormalizability of quantum general relativity, after which we turn our attention to a semiclassical theory of quantum gravitation. (helsinki.fi)

**sequel**- A sequel, Gravitation EX. (wikipedia.org)
- A sequel to the series, Gravitation EX. (wikipedia.org)

**general**- James Hartle notes in his book "Over thirty years since its publication, Gravitation is still the most comprehensive treatise on general relativity. (wikipedia.org)
- General Relativity and Gravitation is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal. (wikipedia.org)
- It was established in 1970, and is published by Springer Science+Business Media under the auspices of the International Society on General Relativity and Gravitation. (wikipedia.org)
- The aims of General Relativity and Gravitation include public outreach through teaching and public understanding, as well as disseminate the history of general relativity and gravitation. (wikipedia.org)

**orbit**- So, still, since the earth is amazingly larger than the ball, all of the ball's gravitation, even whilst in orbit, will be cancelled out by the earth (after all, it is still in the Earth's orbit). (physicsforums.com)

**equation**- The equation to calculate the effects of self-gravitation were made exact by Lynden-Bell for the purpose of giving an exact description of models for rotating flattened globular clusters, which was a crucial step in understanding how clusters of stars interact with each other. (wikipedia.org)
- There are models made that depend on the use of the spectral element method and these simulations take into account the effects of self-gravitation because it can have a large influence on results for certain receiver-source configurations and creates complications in the wave equation, particularly for long period waves. (wikipedia.org)

**attraction**- Gravitation is the mass-proportionate force of attraction among matter. (wikipedia.org)

**describes**- Murakami has created dōjinshi based on Gravitation which she describes as "pretty hard-core, adult stuff. (wikipedia.org)

**quantum**- The concluding parts of the book comprise discussions in current research topics such as problems of the early universe, quantum cosmology and the new directions towards a unification of gravitation with other forces. (waterstones.com)

**title**- At the time of its release, most critics thought of Yoshi's Universal Gravitation as a mediocre title. (wikipedia.org)

**known**- Yoshi's Universal Gravitation, known as Yoshi Topsy-Turvy in North America, is a platform game for the Game Boy Advance that was developed by Artoon and published by Nintendo. (wikipedia.org)

**book**- To quote Ed Ehrlich "'Gravitation' is such a prominent book on relativity that the initials of its authors MTW can be used by other books on relativity without explanation. (wikipedia.org)

**atomic**- Many scientists agree on the existence of four major forces in the universe: gravitation, electromagnetism, strong interactions (such as in atomic nuclei), and weak interactions (such as in radioactivity). (aureas.org)

**Another**- Another case of spiritual gravitation, working beyond the apparent barrier of death. (beliefnet.com)

**Collection**- There is also the Gravitation Collection which consists of 6 volumes, each of which has two original volumes of Gravitation in it. (wikipedia.org)

**York**- Murakami went to New York to research for a storyline later in Gravitation where the characters visit the city. (wikipedia.org)

**volume**- Murakami penned a thirteen volume dōjinshi series called Gravitation Remix under the group Crocodile Ave. The dōjinshi are much more sexually explicit than the anime and deviate heavily from the manga storyline. (wikipedia.org)

**Help**- The precursor to the Gravitation manga was a dōjinshi series titled Help! (wikipedia.org)