Neutrosophic Methods in General Relativity
by D. Rabounski, F. Smarandache, L. Borissova
Publisher: Hexis 2005
Number of pages: 80
Neutrosophy is a theory developed by Florentin Smarandache in 1995 as a generalization of dialectics, which studies the origin, nature and properties of neutralities. This book applies neutrosophic method to the General Theory of Relativity, aiming to discover new effects hidden before. Studying Einstein's basic space-time, neutrosophic method displays new trajectories and particles never considered before.
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by Jose Natario - Springer
This book was written as a guide for a one week course aimed at exceptional students in their final years of secondary education. The course was intended to provide a quick but nontrivial introduction to Einstein's general theory of relativity.
by Hermann Weyl - Methuen & Co.
A classic of physics -- the first systematic presentation of Einstein's theory of relativity. Long one of the standard texts in the field, this excellent introduction probes deeply into Einstein's general relativity, gravitational waves and energy.
by Tevian Dray - Oregon State University
The manuscript emphasizes the use of differential forms, rather than tensors, which are barely mentioned. The focus is on the basic examples, namely the Schwarzschild black hole and the Friedmann-Robertson-Walker cosmological models.
by Edward Witten - arXiv.org
This article is an introduction to causal properties of General Relativity. Topics include the Raychaudhuri equation, singularity theorems of Penrose and Hawking, the black hole area theorem, topological censorship, and the Gao-Wald theorem.