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I read a lot about gravity and discovered a hole in it, and I want to publish that hole, but I am not good at mathematics. To show that gap, what should I do? Should I use Newton's equations which are easy in my research, or fight and read about Einstein's equations which are very difficult

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    $\begingroup$ Well, given that Newton's laws are only an approximation, yeah, you'd have to use Einstein. $\endgroup$ – Phiteros Mar 31 at 20:47
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    $\begingroup$ The title and body of the question appear to be about different things. $\endgroup$ – ProfRob Mar 31 at 21:11
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    $\begingroup$ Unless we know what the "gap" is we can't answer this question. The blunt truth is that unless you have a deep and mathematical understanding of Einstein's General Relativity, you haven't discovered anything at all. $\endgroup$ – James K Mar 31 at 21:45
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    $\begingroup$ I’m voting to close this question because it's not really about astronomy. That said, I'd recommend taking a look at this question on Academia Stack Exchange, which has some points you may want to consider. $\endgroup$ – HDE 226868 Mar 31 at 22:02
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    $\begingroup$ (cont) If you have a question about Newtonian gravity, you can ask it on the Physics Stack Exchange (after first checking that it hasn't been asked already). Note that asking people to check a personal theory which contradicts mainstream physics is off-topic on that site. However, if something in the mainstream theory seems contradictory to you, then it's fine to ask about that. $\endgroup$ – PM 2Ring Apr 1 at 3:21