Subject:  Re: PIONEER ANOMALY & SHIPOV'S TORSION FIELD THEORY 

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Date:  2 Mar 2006 08:17:33 0800 
Newsgroups:  sci.astro, sci.physics.relativity, sci.math, sci.physics 
I think we should try to get a reasoned reply. I can't see how the paper can be right. If you have an effect linear in r, no matter how tiny that effect is within the solarr system as soon as you get to cosmological distances it becomes the dominant term. In fact anything other than an inverse square would lead to the Universe being dominated by such energy. Even 1/r (Integral = Ln(r)) will dominate the Universe. Please do simple calculations and check the answer is reasonable. 
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