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Henrique de Andrade Gomes wrote: > I have a very simple question, does anyone know if the integral of the > scalar...
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Also available at http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/week269.html August 30, 2008 This Week's Finds in Mathematical...
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I have a question concerning scalar invariance with respect to an accelerating and an inertial reference frame. Here...
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