Pioneer anomaly - explained
I'd like to discuss and explain my idea on synchronicity of interactions (gravity). Imagine this:
As one body changes position, it will take some time until this information reaches other bodies it interacts with. Then position of bodies in space cannot be known to them in real time, and this will cause them to affect each other with forces which are not synchronized in time.
I have developed entire math around this, and basically when information about positions in space is "not synchronized", we get two addends in expression for gravity; one is the well known expression for attractive force and the second addend has much smaller intensity, and depends on the velocity of the observed body.
This second addend is dynamic component, and is practically undetectable unless you have an object affected only by the Sun (e.g. no propulsion, sufficiently away from all planets) which is the case with Pioneers 10 and 11.
The full math around this can be seen in http://www.masstheory.org/oos_2_english.pdf
There is also a java-based calculator on the site which calculates effects of this dynamic component and result can be matched with 8.7 x 10exp-10 m/s^2
Any thoughts or comments?