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And since the dynamics of the Earth is determined by Newton's law of gravitation any change in G would affect it.
The Newton's law of gravitation is arrived if we introduce an assumption that C and the masses of particles are changing so slowly that they can be treated as constants.
Newton's law of gravitation is based a priori on the interaction of two masses; Einstein's theory of gravitation is not.