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The section of the Usenet Physics FAQ titled "Experimental Basis of Special Relativity" has been cited here many...
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Hello, I am reading a book about General relativity, i understand that energy of the EM tensor go in the stress-...
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In order for the light to take the same amount of time for both paths in the interferometer, simple geometry implies...
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Equations of state for photon gas and relativistic electron gas This entry develops equations of state that are...
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Definition of Large-Scale Isotropy and Homogeneity This post is part of my attempt to develop a formal definition...
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Corrections to Narlikar paper The paper by Jayant N Narlikar ’Spectral shifts in General Relativity’ in the...
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Einstein tensor in the FLRW frame - Part 1 of 2 This note develops a formula for the ##G^{00}## component of the...
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Consequences of Energy conservation in a FLRW spacetime This entry uses the local energy conservation law to derive...
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So I have been reading about the nature of gravity, and I have become a little confused as to how gravity is produced....
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Hi all. As you may be aware, there are a handful of modern derivations of the Papapetrou equations i.e. the equations...
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I would appreciate it if some senior member would give me feedback about this result that I have been using in my...
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I would like to think that I understand how 4-velocity is defined in special relativity. It makes sense to me that one...
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Hi, On p.4 of "A First Course in General Relativity", Shutz says that we redefine the units of time so that the new...
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Hi guys, i've been thinking about this experiment for the last few hours and I have a few questions which I am deeply...
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What if Schwatzchild has made the same mistake as Newton? ( 1 - 2MG / c2 r ) dt can be view as a binomial...
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In this source explaining how to derive the Schwarzchild metric, the person came up with an ansatz and worked from...
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Does the following argument prove that any method of faster than light communication is impossible? 1. A...
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Depending on where I go to get a good understanding of the Lorentz transformations, I run into two formulas for time...
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It is known that, by the expansion of the universe, galaxies that are roughly 4200 megaparsecs away travel away from...
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Question the thing in the region of space that cannot be seen from us because they recede faster than the speed of...
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I'm looking for proof that Wolfgang Rindler coined the term Event Horizon. I believe that it was Rindler because...
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First, here is my source: As...
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From what I know, to get the reverse trace form of the Einstein field equations, you must multiply both sides by gab...
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Hello, i am new here. I have been studying SR en GR for a while on a hobby level, and i keep pondering on the...
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If time is being warped by gravity/accelerated motion, does that mean that our clocks are inevitably slowed down since...
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Is space time like a bowling ball on a trampoline or does it surround all matter like water does a submerged object?
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Has this idea been recognized outside Frankfurt? Pseudo-complex General Relativity...
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After learning more about relativity, and the vast amount of knowledge that is on this forum, I would like to clear up...
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A first stage of the determination. We have a body of length L = AB, which moves along the x-axis with velocity v,...
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Imagine a theoretical universe which contained only two photons with the same energy. Imagine that each photon began...
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How is gravity created? If you have any theories or new facts discovered please share. If u have your own theory...
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In General Relativity spacetime is described by a metric. The most common one is the Schwarzschild metric, valid at...
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I think this will be a quick question... If the Schw's metric is a solution of the vacuum, then what does the mass...
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I was watching a Science Video explaining why Ligtht travels slower in a Transparent Medium than in a Vacuum. I...
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Here is a new video, addressing a common question on this forum: jlTVIMOix3I It's similar to that one, but has...
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They say there is no measurement if travelling in a ship at the speed of light you can do to tell whether you are...
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Recently read about a release from 2006 about an electromagnetic superconductor that generated a small gravity field...
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How can we define SPACE TIME CURVATURE with respect to dark energy and dark matter ?
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Hi everyone, I have a few questions about relativity. I've been reading about relativity and its effects and I...
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i have a question, that nobody seems to be able to answer : is math actually suited for reality ? Basically the idea...
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I feel I understand relativistic velocity addition fairly well. However, the way I usually see it modeled is with two...
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