Portal talk:General relativity

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I'm not sure why there is a Category for General Relativity, seems unnecessary however it has more information than this General Relativity topic. Perhaps the two can be reconciled. --Augustus 18:10, 3 November 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

possible stub for rescuing[edit source]

This page General Relativity/Tensors/Tensors Differential Forms and Variational Principles seems to have been a copyright violation and there's not much of it left. If someone wants to rescue it, please go ahead. Boud 12:57, 21 June 2011

advanced, specialised lectures[edit source]

There seem to be several GR articles or lectures - start from Category:General relativity and follow the links:

Are these lectures or articles? Presumably they should be linked in here in an "advanced" section, not just linked to indirectly through the category structure. Boud 13:07, 21 June 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

material removed from page[edit source]

The following is not in the right place on a help:topics page. Here it is in case someone wants to rescue it. Boud 13:39, 23 June 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]

archive begins Currently we have started with "Tensors, Differential Forms and Variational Principles" by David Lovelock and Hanno Rund, which came highly recommended by my good friend Mark Friesel. The link below will go over the problems from each chapter. This particular page will discuss the relevance of tensors to General Relativity. archive ends