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Table of Contents

PART I. Early Concepts of Gravity

- A. Introduction - Unsolved Paradoxes Concerning Gravity
- B. Aristotle's Theory of Free-Fall
- C. Galileo's Paradoxes of a Swinging Chandelier
- D. Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa Experiment
- E. Early Attempted Confirmations of Galileo's Leaning Tower Experiment
- F. Other Relevant Laws Which Galileo Discovered
- G. The Planetary Motions of Kepler

PART II. Newton's Laws of Motion and Concepts of Universal Gravitation

- H. Newton's First Law of Motion
- I. Newton's Second Law of Motion
- J. Newton's Third Law of Motion
- K. What Happens When All Three Laws of Motion Are Combined?
- L. Newton's Early Deductions and Hooke's Ideas Which Led to Gravity
- M. Newton's Great Generalization: Universal Gravitational Attraction
- N. Newton's Axioms for Gravity

PART III. Problems with Galileo's and Newton's Concepts of Gravity

- O. Newton's Artificial and Confusing Concepts for Gravity
- P. What Does Universal Gravitational Attraction Really Mean?
- Q. Newton's Missing Propositions for Relative Inertial Resistances and Accelerations
- R. Why Galileo's and Newton's Pendulum Experiments Were Meaningless
- S. Why Newton's Equal Fall of the Moon and the Apple Was Not Empirically Valid
- T. How to Compute Relative Gravitational Accelerations of Different Masses

PART IV. Modern Errors and Confusion Concerning Gravity

- U. Is the Modern Equation for Gravitation Correct?
- V. What is the Assumed Value of G?
- W. The Distortion of Weight as a Force
- X. Attempted Confirmations of Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa Result
- Y. How did Modern Scientists Rationalize Galileo's Gravitational Paradox?

PART V. Center of Mass and Relative Gravitational Acceleration

- Z. Does Gravity Really Cause All Masses to Free-Fall Equally?
- AA. Center of Mass of the Earth-Moon and Sun-Earth Gravitational Systems
- BB. Surface Gravity of Any Celestial Body Exemplifies Relative Gravitational Acceleration
- CC. Relative Gravitational Acceleration Defined
- DD. The Generalization of Newton's Four Fundamental Axioms
- EE. The Relativity of Gravity

PART VI. Why is the Relativity of Gravity Correct?

- FF. Why Do Smaller Masses Free-Fall Faster than Larger Masses?
- GG. The Illusion of Scale
- HH. Comparisons of Very Different Gravitating Bodies
- II. How and Why do the Planets Fall Unequally Toward the Sun?
- JJ. What Should Be the New Formulae for Two-Body Systems?

PART VII. Other Mysteries of Gravity and Proposed Solutions

- KK. How do Masses Really Fall in a Three-Body or Multi-Body System?
- LL. What Are the Remaining Mysteries of Gravity?
- MM. Is Gravity Really Caused by a Force?
- NN. What is the Root Cause of Gravitational Force?
- OO. How is Gravitationl Force Transmitted or Activated?

PART VIII. Conclusions (Appendices)

- 1. What is Matter and What is Mass?
- 2. Attempts to Change Newton's Law of Universal Gravitational Attraction
- 3. Is Gravitational Mass Really Equal to Inertial Mass?
- 4. Can the Relativity of Gravity be Demonstrated on a Minute Scale?

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The Relativity of Gravity is a treatise which explores, analyses, scrutinizes, and falsifies Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, and its related theories, concepts and so-called confirmations.

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