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skippy1729

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Suppose I set up two labs, Alice on earth and Bob in a region of intergalactic space (or maybe in a void) where the Riemann tensor is zero. I accelerate Bob's lab at 32.2 ft/sec/sec. Both measure the Riemann tensor using identical equipment. Alice will get a nonzero value for some components, Bob will get zero for all components. My understanding of the equivalence principle is that they should get identical results for all classical experiments.

Thanks for any clarification. Skippy

Thanks for any clarification. Skippy