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I am working through Clifford Algebra to Geometric Calculus, and supplementing with Hestenes' other books, as well as Geometric Algebra for Physicists.

I'm not looking for advice on the books or learning materials (feel free to chime in if you have an opinion on the matter, though!). I am just curious how common it is to see geometric algebra/calculus in current mainstream physics research. I'm really enjoying the subject, but I want to know if it is a small niche or widespread. Speculation on future trends of the subject's prevalence would also be appreciated.

I want to make sure I shouldn't be focusing my efforts elsewhere.

Thanks for your help,

Mike

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# How prevalent is geometric algebra/calculus?

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