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According to Nash theorem http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nash_embedding_theorem" [Broken] every Riemannian manifold can be isometrically embedded

into some Euclidean space. I wonder if it's true also

in case of pseudoremanninan manifolds. In particular is it possible to find

a submanifold in pseudoeuclidean space that, the metric induced on it will be

Schwarzschild metric? How many dimensions we need?

into some Euclidean space. I wonder if it's true also

in case of pseudoremanninan manifolds. In particular is it possible to find

a submanifold in pseudoeuclidean space that, the metric induced on it will be

Schwarzschild metric? How many dimensions we need?

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