|Sep24-03, 06:17 AM||#1|
Are the equations of relativity "closed"
Are the equations of relativity "closed" i mean if we can add an extra term of 0 covariant derivative to them without alter thes olution i mean if we have the equations
Gab=Tab , will the equations
Gab+Uab=Tab with DUab=0 (covariant derivative)
can both equation provide the same geometrical interpretation of gravity?...
|Sep24-03, 04:31 PM||#2|
The cosmological constant is essentially just that.
|Sep27-03, 04:37 PM||#3|
".., will the equations (..) can both provide the same geometrical interpretation of gravity."
I don't know what this means. They clearly have different solutions.
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