Can anyone give other examples where the geometry is the classical limit of another theory? I can give one. For example. The body curves of a woman is geometric.. so the geometry is the result of the bones and internal structure of the physical body. Likewise, in General Relativity, could the geometric part also comes from some other dynamics? Can you give other systems where such occurs that geometry is just a large scale description of an underlying phenomenon?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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