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It is too bad you cannot write coherently because you may have a point.

That said, General Relativity has been 'proven correct' repeatedly...so much so that, for example, the equations used by the engineers and physicists who designed the Global Positioning System (GPS) used both special relativity and general relativity to achieve the appropriate level of precision. The equations of Newtonian physics simply do not allow for this level of technical quality and precision. You might try reading some peer-reviewed physics papers sometime. Just a thought.