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Time Group,

This, my first post, was inspired by the discussion of "dissipation". I

enjoyed reading a great many posts after being away from my computer for a

time.

My question is: Since Einstein tells us that all of the orbits around our

Sun loose about 28 kilometers (6*pi*G*M/c^2) of orbit per orbit due to GR,

then could this loss of length be interpreted as "dissipation" of orbital

angular momentum.

Sincerely,

Bill Eshleman

http://members.tripod.com.EshlemanW/

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