Background: I'm just a guy who took some (very old fashioned) undergrad GR course some years ago. I'm only know about the basic stuff and nothing of the more advanced stuff.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Question: Is there an statistical mechanics for GR that resembles the one in classical mechanics?, I mean with Hamiltonians, phase space, and Liouville equation for probability density?

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# Statistical mechanics in GR

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