Geodetic Precession under the Paradigm of a Cosmic Membrane

Stefan Von Weber *

Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany

Alexander Von Eye

Michigan State University, USA

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Cosmic membrane theory (CM) uses the model of a 4-dimensional balloon with a thin skin, expanding in hyperspace. A homogeneous vector field acts perpendicularly from outside on the membrane and causes the gravitation. CM denies the frame-dragging effect of the spin axis of an orbiting gyroscope (also named Lense-Thirring effect). The results of the Gravity Probe B experiment are correct only for geodetic precession. In the case of the frame-dragging effect, data were selected with a particular goal in mind, and only this way they yielded the desired result.


Keywords: Geodetic precession, frame dragging, relativity, membrane, absolute space

How to Cite

Von Weber, S., & Von Eye, A. (2016). Geodetic Precession under the Paradigm of a Cosmic Membrane. Physical Science International Journal, 10(4), 1–14.


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