I was wondering if equations similar to Einstein's field equations show up anywhere else?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have a degree in physics but a guilty pleasure of mine is watching those popular physics documentaries, and I invariably grit my teeth when they use the rubber sheet analogy to explain gravity, because it uses gravity to explain gravity!

So, do analogous equations pop up in another area?

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# Do Einstein's Field Equations Show Up Anywhere Else?

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