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when do you call a spacetime dynamical...when metric is time dependent or it depends on space ??...
Ok...then AdS geometry has spatial dependence then why it is written that fixed boundary theory has a correspondence to bulk gravity theory which is dynamical..(in the context of AdS/CFT)...bapowell said:Time.
Dynamical spacetime is a concept in physics that describes the relationship between space and time. It suggests that space and time are not fixed entities, but rather are influenced by matter and energy, and can change depending on their interactions.
In classical physics, space and time are considered absolute and separate entities. Dynamical spacetime, on the other hand, takes into account the effects of gravity and other forces on the fabric of space and time, and how they can be influenced by matter and energy.
Yes, dynamical spacetime is a well-supported concept in modern physics, particularly in the field of general relativity. Many experiments and observations have confirmed its predictions, such as the bending of light around massive objects and the gravitational time dilation effect.
No, according to current scientific understanding, matter and energy are necessary for the existence of dynamical spacetime. Without these entities, there would be no gravitational forces to cause the curvature of spacetime.
Dynamical spacetime may seem like a complex and abstract concept, but it has many practical applications in our daily lives. For example, it helps us understand the behavior of celestial objects, such as planets and stars, and allows us to make accurate predictions about their movements. It also plays a crucial role in technologies such as GPS, which relies on precise measurements of spacetime to function.