I am new to advanced mathmatics and old to observational science. I have a simple idea that I would like a genius in math to help me with. I would like to know if there is a way to construct a tensor formula going from three to two dimensions? Specifically I think for starters that all three- dimensional mass discrete mass, with exceptions, evenly decays into a two-dimensional free monopole gravitational wave and that time and space are actions and resulting area of this process ( change ).Any Ideas?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Suppose? I'm correct?

Anyone want to help, join and solve it?

Maybe it is easier than I think and I just do not know how to start. Help?

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# Formulating a tensor

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