F. Cardone, R. Mignani


We analyze the data on the comparison of clock rates between a flying clock and a clock at ground, carried out by Alley and coworkers at the end of ’70’s. The fit to such data is in favour of an energy-dependent metric for gravitation. We discuss also the results of a recently proposed electromagnetic test of breakdown of local Lorentz invariance -based on the detection of a voltage induced by a stationary magnetic field- and show that the obtained positive evidence for such an effect seems to support the derived form of the energy-dependent gravitational metric.

Annales de la Fondation L. de Broglie, numero speciale (special iussue) Contemporary
Curato da (Ed. by) V. Dvoeglazov and G. Lochak , 27, 423 (2002)

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