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General Relativity

  1. Nov 25, 2005 #1

    dx

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    Lectures on Advanced General Relativity

    http://sites.google.com/site/winitzki/

    contains [among other things] is a set of free lecture notes on advanced stuff like index-free calculations with vectors and tensors, differential forms, null surfaces, asymptotic flatness, singularity theorems, tetrad formalism, and spinors in GR. This is a free book in the sense of FDL.
     
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  6. May 4, 2007 #5

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    Dx, your link is to an empty page - fancy writing it ?
     
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  8. Jan 20, 2010 #7

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    Re: Relativity on the World Wide Web - by Chris Hillman

    Sadly, this page has since been withdrawn:

    "RelWWW has existed for approximately 15 years, but in the past 5 years it has become clear that I lack the time and inclination to properly maintain this website. More seriously, the World Wide Web has not developed in the way I hopefully anticipated back in 1992. Consequently, I have concluded that the site is no longer useful for the hypothetical "serious student" whom I envisioned as the target audience. Therefore, I have deleted it.

    - Chris Hillman, June 2007"


    This particular link no longer works, BUT it shuttles you to his main page, where he now has extensive links to material on many topics (scroll down to bottom third of page):

    http://homepages.physik.uni-muenchen.de/~Winitzki/
     
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