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Looking for something interesting

  1. Aug 17, 2007 #1
    So I've never really been into Einstein's Relativity or Quantum Physics so I decided to read a book that explains the gist through the eyes of someone like me. I'm reading Hyperspace by Michio Kaku. While reading this he continues to illustrate Riemann's Metric Tensor and as theories are introduced to increase dimensions to fulfill the ultimate Unification of Forces, the Metric Tensor becomes larger. At a certain point in the book he draws away from writing the equations of the Metric Tensor and only putting the creators name in place where the theory would be. ( :zzz: , Lol I know ) So what brought me hear was a question of, is there a picture somewhere of the finished Metric Tensor with all equations and not just names; kind of want a poster of it now that I'm hooked.
     
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