Anti γ - Negation of Newton's constant γ

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Ilija Barukčić


Even under the most optimistic conditions, it is very difficult to measure Newton's gravitational constant γ with an extremely great accuracy, a great uncertainty in the measurement of this constant remains. The current uncertainty in Newton’s constant γ is of the order of 0.15 %. Is there something like a cause for this uncertainty? Is Newton’s constant γ really a constant? This publication will prove, that Newton’s constant γ is not a constant, Newton’s constant γ is changing all the time and is determined by the relationship

γ * ( Anti γ ) < ( C² ) / 4

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Barukčić, I. (2006). Anti γ - Negation of Newton’s constant γ. Causation, 1(5), 5–13. Retrieved from