Comments On Cahill\'s Quantum Foam Inflow Theory of Gravity
Year: 2004 Pages: 4
We reveal an underlying flaw in Reginald T. Cahill?s recently promoted quantum foam inflow theory of gravity. It appears to arise from a confusion of the idea of the Galilean invariance of the acceleration of an individual flow with what is obtained as an acceleration when a homogeneous flow is superposed with an inhomogeneous flow. We also point out that the General Relativistic covering theory he creates by substituting a generalized Painlev?e-Gullstrand metric into Einstein?s field equations leads to absurd results.