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2018-04-04 13:18:59 UTC

suresh kumar devanathan theory of curved space time in m dimensions

S_ij...n(r_m) < episoln collison

S_ij...n(r_m) = f_ij...n(r_m) is the distance matrix

r_m is proper time

( exp(dS_i...qv...j(r_m)) exp(dS_j...lm...k(r_m)) - ( exp(dS_i...q1v1...k(r_m)) exp(dS_k...l1m1...j(r_m)) != 0 curved space

because of numerical error S_ij...n(r_m) goes to 0 is gravitation, it takes every value, electromagnetism, electragaviation

S_ij...n(r_m) < episoln collison

S_ij...n(r_m) = f_ij...n(r_m) is the distance matrix

r_m is proper time

( exp(dS_i...qv...j(r_m)) exp(dS_j...lm...k(r_m)) - ( exp(dS_i...q1v1...k(r_m)) exp(dS_k...l1m1...j(r_m)) != 0 curved space

because of numerical error S_ij...n(r_m) goes to 0 is gravitation, it takes every value, electromagnetism, electragaviation