AbstractAbstract Recent discoveries such as the accelerated expansion of the Universe in conjunction with the distribution of gravitational lenses, the anomalous velocity curves of galaxies, and the anomalous acceleration of Pioneer 10 and 11, behests one to an explanation. Here we find a new solution to Einstein's field equations, show that because the gravitational field is not a gauge field, gravity is a continuum at all scales, and derive the conditions to uphold Galilean equivalence.
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