eFTC240501
The Theory of Real Gravitational Fields in Einstein General Relativity 

Author: Y. Leblanc (eFieldTheory.COM) Email: AbstractThis manuscript gathers, organizes, presents, makes corrections and updates all information from current research on the Theory of Real Gravity, a truly refreshing and enlightening new approach to Einstein General Relativity developed by the author during the last several years. It is a theory which identifies from the start the double nature of the gravitational force in General Relativity, namely the real, true or pure gravitational force generating spacetime curvature and the coordinatedependent inertial or fictitious forces such as the centrifugal and Coriolis forces, which can be eliminated from observation by going to a Cartesian reference frame. While the real gravitational force is associated with the tensor part of the Christoffel symbols, the coordinatedependent inertial forces are associated with the nontensor part, thus yielding the pseudotensor property of the unified gravitational force described by the Christoffel symbols. The theory is shown to accomodate naturally the various orthogonal curvilinear coordinate systems and finds physical justification as a complete description of strong gravity through a precise defining relationship for the gravitational potential tensor field. We only scratch the surface in this research work regarding the problem of quantizing the gravitational field, although Real Gravity offers one of the best starting point to get involved into quantum gravitational physics. This is a project for the future. Copyright © 2024 Yvan Leblanc. All rights reserved
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