# Talk:Lorentz-invariant theory of gravitation

It is not correct to write: "In one of his fundamental works [2] Maxwell in 1865 suggested that gravitation could be described by equations similar to equations of electromagnetism." Instead, Maxwell only used Newton's inverse square law, and didn't speak at all of the velocity-dependent component of gravity. Maxwell only compared the energies of Newtonian gravity between two bodies and that of two repelling magnetic poles. The one who suggested that gravitation could be described by equations similar to equations of electromagnetism is Heaviside, ref.: Heaviside, O., A gravitational and electromagnetic Analogy, Part I, The Electrician, 31, 281-282 (1893).

## Self published original research?[edit source]

I feel like this page is some kind of self published original research. In particular, I do not see any substance in the section "Experimental verification". Which previsions of LITG are different from GR? And what the experimental results say about this? 78.15.179.105 (discuss) 13:33, 28 July 2015 (UTC)

## Grammar error:I believe it should be "to pursue something further"[edit source]

Compare "to pursue further the matter" vs. "to pursue the matter further".

I'm talking about this part:

Historical background
In one of his fundamental works [2] Maxwell in 1865 suggested that gravitation could be traceable to the action of a surrounding medium. However, Maxwell used gravitational equations on the basis of mechanical analogies and he could not understand the reason for the negativity of static gravitational field energy and flux of gravitational energy, and therefore did not pursue further the theory in this direction.