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  1. #1 Has spin and the curvature of radius got anything to do with the appearance of mass? 
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    My questions in a nutshell...

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    I've deleted all this work because last night when not at home I realized I approached it wrong. Sorry about that. My new equations when I type them up describe spin-gravitomagnetic equtions.


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    Yes, its more like the curvature of space-time decides mass. Its more general than 'spin-gravitomagnetic' implies. The nature of the truth is that it is general and because general universally applicable. So if we look at specifics, we are far from the truth. God allowed me to find the equation of space-time curvature and called it Inertial Capacity. The curvature of space is called 'the nest', a geometric concentric-circle nest, where the rings describe local bending.
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    I am seeking supporters for a qualitative basis of science, not quantative. Quality: precision,shape, color, pitch. Quantity: power,size,brightness,volume. A quality can be found as a ratio of quantities. Mass is a quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geometrogenesis View Post
    I've deleted all this work because last night when not at home I realized I approached it wrong. Sorry about that. My new equations when I type them up describe spin-gravitomagnetic equtions.
    If correct then you must eventually choose two variables over which you measure the mass. Choose ten spaces and check results with( r(1) - r(2) ) / (r(1) + r(2)) results.
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    This thread is more than a year old, and the OP has not been active since. No point to reopen this.
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    Has spin and the curvature of radius got anything to do
    with the appearance of mass?
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    I like your question.
    My answer:
    According to SRT it is correct.
    According to GRT it is correct too.
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