His formulas for [phi], e, a, and h are derived from general relativity theory by using the slow-speed weak-field approximation.
What does GRT stand for?
GRT stands for General Relativity Theory
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Shortly after Einstein published his general relativity theory, the Dutch physicist, Willem de Sitter, solved the general relativity equations without Einstein's cosmological constant to describe what appeared to be a static unchanging universe.
These insights include: the two unique photon structures which are dark energy and dark matter; how construction of a double- quark unit between elements is the universal fusion mechanism splicing together lighter elements into heavier ones; how General Relativity Theory and Quantum Mechanics are reconciled; and how each of the forces (strong, weak, electromagnetic) is a minute fractional unit of the gravity force; among other ideas.
One example: Nerlich claims that in General Relativity Theory gravitational forces are completely geometricized in the sense that the trajectory of a massive body in a gravitational field is described as that of a "force-free body" (p.
In this regard, we would like to emphasize that our preceding paper  was based on initial "conjecture" that in order to explain Pioneer anomaly, it would be necessary to generalize pseudo-Riemann metric of General Relativity theory into broader context, which may include Yefremov's Quaternion Relativity for instance.