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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi all. Let me first mention I am academically way out of my depth at the forum.

What I wanted to find out was which equations I need to study to play with an idea I've had for a while now, related to what appears to be a recent popular movement into 'the unified field theory through re-examination of GR' camp.

I've been active on several informal sci forums and roughly my abstracts seem to be plausible. However my math is...well year 11 level. I need to be shown the equations I need to use.

I'm just trying to redefine the gravitational field as a field of time dilation. It's probably been done I realise, just a link would be fine.

I also wanted to know what the math looked like for the Black Hole models but I will have a hunt through that forum in case they're there. You know, the equation used to tell you what happens beyond the Chandrasekhar limit and so forth, not just the pretty picture with "singularity here" written in red crayon.

Thank you very much. Love the forums by the way, as unqualified as I am to be here.

What I wanted to find out was which equations I need to study to play with an idea I've had for a while now, related to what appears to be a recent popular movement into 'the unified field theory through re-examination of GR' camp.

I've been active on several informal sci forums and roughly my abstracts seem to be plausible. However my math is...well year 11 level. I need to be shown the equations I need to use.

I'm just trying to redefine the gravitational field as a field of time dilation. It's probably been done I realise, just a link would be fine.

I also wanted to know what the math looked like for the Black Hole models but I will have a hunt through that forum in case they're there. You know, the equation used to tell you what happens beyond the Chandrasekhar limit and so forth, not just the pretty picture with "singularity here" written in red crayon.

Thank you very much. Love the forums by the way, as unqualified as I am to be here.