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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Reading Geroch's "What is a Singularity in General Relativity?", it seems that polynomial scalar invariants constructed from the Riemann tensor can diverge if we are at infinite distance, and not in a true singularity.

Can someone give an example of space-time whose scalar invariant diverges at infinity?

Can someone give an example of space-time whose scalar invariant diverges at infinity?