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Kinetic Energy and the Equivalence Principle
 Am. J. Phys
, 1998
"... According to the general theory of relativity, kinetic energy contributes to gravitational mass. Surprisingly, the observational evidence for this prediction does not seem to be discussed in the literature. I reanalyze existing experimental data to test the equivalence principle for the kinetic ener ..."
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According to the general theory of relativity, kinetic energy contributes to gravitational mass. Surprisingly, the observational evidence for this prediction does not seem to be discussed in the literature. I reanalyze existing experimental data to test the equivalence principle for the kinetic
Questioning the Equivalence Principle
, 2001
"... The Equivalence Principle (EP) is not one of the “universal ” principles of physics (like the Action Principle). It is a heuristic hypothesis which was introduced by Einstein in 1907, and used by him to construct his theory of General Relativity. In modern language, the (Einsteinian) EP consists in ..."
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The Equivalence Principle (EP) is not one of the “universal ” principles of physics (like the Action Principle). It is a heuristic hypothesis which was introduced by Einstein in 1907, and used by him to construct his theory of General Relativity. In modern language, the (Einsteinian) EP consists
Charge conservation and Equivalence principle
, 2008
"... The THǫµ formalism was developed to study nonmetric theories of gravitation. In this letter we show that theories that violate Local Lorentz Invariance (LLI) or Local Position Invariance (LPI) also violate charge conservation. Using upper bounds on this violation we can put very stringent limits to ..."
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to violations of Einstein Equivalence Principle (EEP). These limits, in turn, severely restrict stringbased models of low energy physics. PACS: 4.80Cc, 11.30J, 4.50+h There are two theoretical frameworks which stand as the milestones of modern physics: the standard model of special relativistic particle
QUANTUM EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE
, 1997
"... A simple mapping procedure is presented by which classical orbits and path integrals for the motion of a point particle in flat space can be transformed directly into those in curved space with torsion. Our procedure evolved from wellestablished methods in the theory of plastic deformations, where ..."
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crystals with defects are described mathematically as images of ideal crystals under active nonholonomic coordinate transformations. Our mapping procedure may be viewed as a natural extension of Einstein’s famous equivalence principle. When applied to timesliced path integrals, it gives rise to a new
VIOLATION OF THE STRONG EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE ∗
"... This paper at first considers the basic equivalence principles (Weak EP, Einstein EP and Strong EP), and further are presented some recent results about time dependent gravitational potential in the universe. Its consequences fit with the observations: Hubble red shift, change of the orbital period ..."
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This paper at first considers the basic equivalence principles (Weak EP, Einstein EP and Strong EP), and further are presented some recent results about time dependent gravitational potential in the universe. Its consequences fit with the observations: Hubble red shift, change of the orbital period
The Solar Test of the Equivalence Principle
, 1995
"... The Earth, Mars, Sun, Jupiter system allows for a sensitive test of the strong equivalence principle (SEP) which is qualitatively different from that provided by Lunar Laser Ranging. Using analytic and numerical methods we demonstrate that EarthMars ranging can provide a useful estimate of the SEP ..."
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The Earth, Mars, Sun, Jupiter system allows for a sensitive test of the strong equivalence principle (SEP) which is qualitatively different from that provided by Lunar Laser Ranging. Using analytic and numerical methods we demonstrate that EarthMars ranging can provide a useful estimate of the SEP
A Mathematical Formulation of the Equivalence Principle
"... AhstructA mathematical formulation of the equivalence principle is presented. This may lead to a better understanding and easier applications of the principle. _.____......_......_______.____. ..."
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AhstructA mathematical formulation of the equivalence principle is presented. This may lead to a better understanding and easier applications of the principle. _.____......_......_______.____.
Normal Frames and the Validity of the Equivalence Principle
"... We investigate the validity of the equivalence principle along paths in gravitational theories based on derivations of the tensor algebra over a differentiable manifold. We prove the existence of local bases, called normal, in which the components of the derivations vanish along arbitrary paths. All ..."
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We investigate the validity of the equivalence principle along paths in gravitational theories based on derivations of the tensor algebra over a differentiable manifold. We prove the existence of local bases, called normal, in which the components of the derivations vanish along arbitrary paths
EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE, HIGGS BOSON AND COSMOLOGY
"... ABSTRACT. We discuss here possible tests for Palatini f (R)theories together with their implications for different formulations of the Equivalence Principle. We shall show that Palatini f (R)theories obey the Weak Equivalence Principle and violate the Strong Equivalence Principle. The violations ..."
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ABSTRACT. We discuss here possible tests for Palatini f (R)theories together with their implications for different formulations of the Equivalence Principle. We shall show that Palatini f (R)theories obey the Weak Equivalence Principle and violate the Strong Equivalence Principle. The violations
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