No, Newton's work does not stand as a law since it was found to be in error. It was known to be wrong in the late 19th century.<quoted text>
Aura Mytha says on the law of gravity: Still you cannot falsify it, you can't prove the statement wrong. It still stands as a law.
The only thing that changed is our view of gravity from being a force to a consequence.
See you are using Newtons calculation, this is what is now considered inaccurate.
You cannot demonstrate what we see is anything different from what the law says though.
Sure we can strike the word force from it, but it is only a method of description in observation.
How do we describe the error in Einsteins equations when we see them?
That is enough to show that this 'GR' is wrong in detail.
The problem we have is a perfect description and a perfect explanation.
I don't propose to lecture you poly, but you should think about this in a different way.
Not even close to what you tried to say.
It seems that you do not understand what was wrong with Newton's Law of gravity.
The problem with "Law's" is that if any error is found then the Law can be said to be disproved. Theories can be tweaked and adjusted. Scientists have learned that it is easy to be mistaken in the details. That is one of the reasons that theories are thought to be superior to Law's. Theories can be fixed.
Newton's work was extremely accurate. His work was accurate enough for us to go to the Moon and back. It was not accurate enough to power a simple GPS system.