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The Conservation of Energy Space-Time Metric for Space Outside Matter

DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2013.48149, PP. 1110-1118

Keywords: Gravity, Photons, Redshift, Conservation of Energy, Space-Time Metric, No Black Holes

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By using experimentally determined measurements of potential energy together with the principle of conservation of energy and solving directly, the space-time geometry equation for space outside matter is obtained. That equation fits all the experimental observations that support the accepted Schwarzschild metric, yet predicts there isn’t a singularity at the Schwarzschild radius. The accepted Schwarzschild metric is the first approximation of the conservation of energy space-time metric. No observation yet made can distinguish between the predictions of the two metrics.

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