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How does adding rotation to a freely falling particle violate the Einstein equivalence principle?
I realize there is a similar post here:
An example of a theory that respects the Weak Equivalence Principle but violates the Einstein Equivalence Principle
but I failed to understand the response after reading it a number of times.
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