Well, I never said it did disprove it. I saw, ironically, after watching your videos on Einstein's mistakes again some days ago, not long after posting this thread, that the first thing you commented on was the GPB, I also found out about the NASA failing grade article some days ago and mentioned my findings here: http://gravity.tk
Later I found a blog post that helped me to find out if the geodetic effect and frame dragging effects were different, which Wikipedia doesn't make clear for laypersons to physics like me, and then I found a page yesterday that seems to explain what Wikipedia seemed to falsely imply, which was that the geodetic effect mentioned by Lens and Thirring, or one of them, didn't necessarily need to be tied into GR: http://www.freelists.org/post/geocentri ... begging,44
But, I still have a question: Is Wikipedia falsely implying that Lens and Thirring came up with the geodetic effect in the "framework of general relativity"? Because there is apparent evidence that Lens and Thirring were geocentrists, and GR is not compatible with geocentrism, because, as this rude astronomer named Bouw said, GR makes it so that any point in the universe can be the center. He nonsensically claims that that makes it compatible with geocentrism, but my logic tells me "no", because in tychonic geocentrism, there is absolute center, not a relative center.
And Suede, shouldn't you make a physics or science category and place this thread in it? It's not as if you made a small effort in talking about physics matters, so why are you marginalizing it in your forum?
Also, do you have a bio? Are you self taught in physics? Any degrees in anything? Are you a genius in math or physics? Do you believe in aether?