Physics beyond Einstein's Relativity
The theory of gravity "Newtonian quantum gravity" (NQG) is simple theory, because it precisely predicts so-called "general relativistic phenomena," as, for example, that observed at the binary pulsar PSR B1913 + 16, by just applying Kepler's second law on quantized gravitational fields. It is an irony of fate that the unsuspecting relativistic physicists still have to effort with the tensor calculations of an imaginary four-dimensional space-time. Everybody can understand that a mass that moves through space must meet more "gravitational quanta" emitted by a certain mass, if it moves faster than if it moves slower or rests against a certain mass, which must cause additional gravitational effects that must be added to the results of Newton's theory of gravity. However, today's physicists cannot recognize this because they are caught in Einstein's relativistic thinking and as general relativity can coincidentally also predict these quantum effects by a mathematically defined four-dimensional curvature of space-time.