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All Spacetimes Beyond Einstein

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All Spacetimes Beyond Einstein
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 44

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Which geometries on a smooth manifold (apart from Lorentzian metrics) can serve as a spacetime structure? This question is comprehensively addressed from first principles in eight lectures, exploring the kinematics and gravitational dynamics of all tensorial geometries on a smooth manifold that can carry predictive matter equations, are time-orientable, and allow to distinguish positive from negative particle energies.

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