Estakhr Posts: 22, Reputation: 0 New Member #1 Apr 30, 2010, 09:46 PM
What things are Scaler in General relativity?
How can we stimated Scalers in General relativity theory and affine space?
 Estakhr Posts: 22, Reputation: 0 New Member #2 Apr 30, 2010, 10:29 PM
can some one send for me a good book about General relativity?
I can't find it in my country all books are for amator physicists (introdaduction to general relativity... ) I need a powerful book with equations and answers and tensors...
 Estakhr Posts: 22, Reputation: 0 New Member #3 Apr 30, 2010, 10:58 PM
Before Big Bang Theorys (BBBT)
What happened before big bang that we have a big huge explosive for the begin of the our world?
 Estakhr Posts: 22, Reputation: 0 New Member #4 May 1, 2010, 12:07 AM
General relativity
How and why mather make flat space curved curved?
How we can calculus lorentz factor for curved space?

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