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The description of gravitation by curved spacetime is a grand concept due to Albert Einstein. The form of his field equations for the determination of the metric coefficients for a given distribution of matter and field stress-energy is an assumption. The source term (right hand side) of these equations for the Einstein-Hilbert curvature tensor is taken to be the stress-energy tensor [] of all matter and fields except that of the gravitational field itself [].[[Category:Scientific Paper]]
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The description of gravitation by curved spacetime is a grand concept due to Albert Einstein. The form of his field equations for the determination of the metric coefficients for a given distribution of matter and field stress-energy is an assumption. The source term (right hand side) of these equations for the Einstein-Hilbert curvature tensor is taken to be the stress-energy tensor [] of all matter and fields except that of the gravitational field itself [].
  
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[[Category:Scientific Paper|investigations lasers atomic clocks calculations curved spacetime differences gravitation theories yilmaz einstein]]
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Scientific Paper
Title Investigations with Lasers, Atomic Clocks and Computer Calculations of Curved Spacetime and of the Differences Between the Gravitation Theories of Yilmaz and of Einstein
Author(s) Carroll O Alley
Keywords investigations, lasers, atomic clocks, computer calculations, curved spacetime, gravitation theories
Published 1994
Journal None
Pages 125-137

Abstract

The description of gravitation by curved spacetime is a grand concept due to Albert Einstein. The form of his field equations for the determination of the metric coefficients for a given distribution of matter and field stress-energy is an assumption. The source term (right hand side) of these equations for the Einstein-Hilbert curvature tensor is taken to be the stress-energy tensor [] of all matter and fields except that of the gravitational field itself [].