Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/11976
Author(s):
Brown, Harvey R.; Read, James
preprint description
We discuss what we take to be three possible misconceptions in the foundations of general relativity, relating to: (a) the interpretation of the weak equivalence principle and the relationship between gravity and inertia; (b) the connection between gravitational redshift results and spacetime curvature; and (c) the Einstein equivalence principle and the ability to ``transform away" gravity in local inertial coordinate systems.