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I Bauer's Paradox in General Theory of Relativity?

  1. Feb 1, 2017 #1
    Has anyone heard of "Bauer's Paradox" in Einstein's working out his equations for General Relativity? The description I came across was extremely fuzzy (something about an expression for a certain tensor adding up to be zero when it shouldn't, or vice-versa), so I am looking for a better source, but an Internet search for "Bauer's paradox" came up empty.
     
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  3. Feb 1, 2017 #2

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  4. Feb 1, 2017 #3
    Thanks very much, Ibix. That is very helpful. (I had just put "Bauer's Paradox", and should have realized that "relativity" should have been added. I hang my head in shame :sorry:, as if I had never done a keyword search.)
     
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