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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
The section of the Usenet Physics FAQ titled "Experimental Basis of Special Relativity" has been cited here many...
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Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines. If you are seeking help with a...
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Is it possible to have a space-time with no killing vector? Alternatively, can I define the metric only with the...
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PeterDonis
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Ciao. Time slows down when traveling close to light speed. So my question is. I travel out in space to a...
Feb24-06 01:21 AM
Jorrie
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Hello All, I'm trying to wrap my head around SR and I have a couple questions: If two space travelers (A) and (C)...
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PerenialQuest
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Maybe some one can help clear up a problem. According to Wikipedias article on time dilation “In the case that the...
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Hey guys! I am considering a space with a diagonal metric, which is maximally symmetric. It can be proven that in...
Oct19-12 04:40 PM
pervect
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I was reading on relativity and the speed of light being constant and I thought of a something that seems too...
Sep25-11 01:09 PM
anarcher
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I have a question,why is time and space inseperable,that is,why can't one exist without the other? Oh and I have...
Feb3-08 05:57 PM
Shaun Culver
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Hi In trying to get to grips with SR/GR (I'm still unsure about what differentiates them!) one of the things that...
Nov2-06 10:51 AM
JesseM
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as we increase our speed, time goes slow for us, does it mean we will be left behind in times only or as time goes,do...
Aug31-11 07:58 PM
bobc2
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What does actually mean by the saying that Einstein united space and time?
Nov28-12 05:51 PM
sreerajt
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So if the interval between two events is spacelike, does that mean that the two events cannot effect each other? Does...
Jul6-08 06:03 PM
matheinste
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hi, In special theory of relativity time is considered as a fourth dimension of space-time, using speed of light.I am...
Nov2-04 12:35 PM
gonzo
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How does time and space appear to a photon in vacuum (i.e. photon at at the speed of light)? Does time stop, when...
Jun25-11 12:38 PM
bcrowell
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Hello all . My questions are : Space/time are any meaning without matter or energy ? Space/time are exist without...
Dec6-12 03:37 PM
Naty1
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Good day! I am quite blur with the Space-time concept proposed by Einstein. Can anyone explain briefly on what he...
Oct14-12 04:34 PM
Naty1
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We know from experiment that time (a measure between two events) slows as we approach speed of light, but does the...
Jan12-09 12:37 PM
Naty1
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I understand that the curvature is caused by the depression of a mass in the space-time surface. What I don't...
Aug16-11 06:37 PM
PAllen
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If gravity rises from the fact that mass bends space-time and stuff falls in because it actually follows a straight...
Apr1-13 11:51 AM
A.T.
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Hi Guys, A question about the curvture of space-time by mass. Where is the point of maximum curvature?? Is...
Nov25-12 11:52 PM
pervect
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Hi everybody, As you know, the Einstein field equation R_{μ\nu} - 1/2Rg_{μ\nu} =κT_{μ\nu} implies that at...
Apr1-14 11:31 PM
bcrowell
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What would the units be on the curvature of spacetime? G(curvature)=8πGT/c^4
Aug28-10 07:02 PM
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I have just started a class that deals with relativity. My professor uses space-time diagrams all the time but has...
Sep5-09 12:38 PM
tiny-tim
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I really find difficult understanding what spacetime diagram does relativity use while defining its notion of space...
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rushikesh
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Hi there I understand the general idea about the Theory of Relativity and the idea of a 4 dimensional space-time...
Jun24-11 05:10 AM
phyzguy
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what is space-time disturbance..can anyone explain it to me.
Sep27-08 06:45 PM
atyy
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I don't understand how the space-time fabric works. I've seen videos where the sun is in the space-time fabric and it...
Oct25-09 05:46 AM
haushofer
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I would like to ask another 3 question, 1.Gravity causes warps in the space-time fabric in general Relativity what...
Jan4-08 02:46 AM
A.T.
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is it possible to compare Einstein 4D space-time to a fluid ?
Aug26-09 08:39 PM
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under which circumstances do we say that something in special relativity is the conseqeunce of space-time geometry...
Feb28-06 08:44 AM
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Hi, is Spacetime geometry there even without the presence of matter or does matter produced Spacetime? Or in other...
Apr23-11 08:07 PM
bcrowell
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Space-Time is deformed from a uniform gravitation field to one that is compressed inward so as to form a curvature....
Mar3-09 08:07 AM
Naty1
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Cinsider please the invariance of the space-time interval in an one space dimension approach...
Jan27-09 10:53 PM
bernhard.rothenstein
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Please tell me if the following statement is correct: In cc(dt)^2-(dx)^2=cc(dt')^2-(dx')^2 dx and dx' represent...
Dec30-07 05:05 PM
country boy
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Hi, so I was going over my lectures notes and I was looking at the Invariance, S2 for space time. I was just...
Oct23-12 07:28 PM
RadiantL
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Why is it possible that an object can be found in the same place in different times but can not be found at the same...
Jan9-11 08:09 AM
DaleSpam
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Hi. I know that as an object travels faster, its mass increases. Would this increase create a larger curvature in...
Nov19-13 09:29 PM
pervect
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I find in the literature the following transformation equations for the space-time coordinates x'=g(x-vt) t'=t/g...
Sep8-08 06:28 AM
DrGreg
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A mass moves through space-time at constant velocity. Space-time around this mass is warped by the mass and as the...
Jan31-14 12:43 AM
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Imaging at a Trillion Frame Per Second - Ramesh Raskar ...
Oct21-13 03:07 PM
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I've read about Schwarzschild and Kerr metric, I confused about the spacelike singularity(occur in non-rotating...
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