Importantly these equations allow further accurate tests of
gravitation, particularly in the vicinity of black holes.
3: Conclusions and Discussion
The principal findings in this paper are, that using a dynamic reformulation
of gravity, we can formulate the equations in a way which technically
agrees exactly with gravitational experiment. This is particularly applies to
the timing of GPS systems. Here we also present the generic formulae for
time dilation, which allow these equations to be used in instances
including that of black hole gravitational systems. Here we further show, in
extreme cases such as at the Schwarzschild radius of black holes, these
dynamic advanced equations can be applied to gravitational time dilation
.
Equation (9), indicates that time dilation at the Schwarzschild radius,
where time is slowed, is not infinitely slowed but slows by a factor of 1.5.
Thus, using this Eq. (9), in the DNAg model the time dilation is not infinite,
and does not result in a black hole singularity.
In previous publications we have already calculated the advance in
the perihelion of Mercury and other planets and astronomical objects in
the solar system, to a very high degree of accuracy [3]. A reformulation of
the equations shows that advanced gravitational equations are also very
accurate for binary pulsars, using recent data for PSR B 1534+12 from
Straumann [6, 7]. Here, it has also been shown that theses equations are
accurate for observations of Cygnus X-1 [12-14]. These results suggest a
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straight line correlation between dynamic advanced gravitation, for low
and medium mass and high density gravitational bodies.
These dynamic advanced equations, can also help explain the
apparent missing mass of the galaxy, due to the presence of (primordial)
black holes in the galactic halo [1, 2], and to the indirect effects that an
increased force of gravity has on the galactic rotation curve. Dynamic
advanced gravity can explain the presence of dark matter at the galactic
level because of an increase in gravity that is predicted, but goes beyond
this in the prediction of observations from the bullet cluster [2, 3].
In this paper, it has been demonstrated that dynamic advanced
gravity can also explain the physical phenomena of time dilation, and
technically agrees accurately with gravitational experiment. It explains the
recent findings of increased gamma rays emanating from the
supermassive black hole at the centre of the galaxy [15]. By resolving
infinite time dilation it also resolves the difficulties that arise from the
formation of infinite density singularities. Overall, Dynamic Newtonian
Advanced gravity (DNAg), de facto technically gives exactly the same
answers as gravitational experiment, but it is also offers a solution to a
number of contemporary gravitational anomalies.

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