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This effect is described by Einstein's general theory of relativity as the gravitational red shift - it is detectable in spectral lines that shift towards the red end of the spectrum.
However, more recent theories of gravitation allow for the possibility that the type of clock also influences the degree of gravitational red shift.
Bayramov unveils the universal gravitational flow as the root cause for gravity and the gravitational red shift and lensing effects, confirmed in the 1919 Solar Eclipse test of General Relativity.
This manifests itself as a gravitational red shift in the wavelengths of spectral lines [1].
One might characterize at least part of the effect as due to a larger and larger gravitational red shift, or decrease in W-wave frequencies, as the plant part's angle decreases with respect to the gravitational field.
It should show a gravitational red shift if, in fact, one existed.