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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: Continuing Equation Question
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Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 12:27:37 +0100
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"Gibbo" wrote in message
> "Kevin Aylward" wrote:
> >"Gibbo" wrote in message
> >> David Bengtson wrote:
> >> [snip]
> >> >What approach do other's take when trying to learn technical
> >> >material without taking classes?
> >> >
> >> I refuse to simply believe what I am told. I work through the
> >> circuits or whatever until I understand exactly how the solution
> >> itself. Doing it this way means that when I forget a formula or
> >circuit or
> >> whatever, I can recalculate it in my head.
> >How about the Riemann curverture tensor? Or you as good as Steven
> >Kevin Aylward
> I have several "get outs" available to me on this one.....
> 1. I have no use for it so have no need to analyse it's derivation.
> 2. Yes I have fully understood it but you wouldn't understand my
> 3. I did once derive the entire function myself and fully understood
it but due
> to lack of use it is now a faded distant memory.
> I'll stick with 4 which is more based in reality....
> 4. I've never heard of it.
Well, the derivation of it is one thing,
Riemann Tensor link
however, actually calculating it for specific mass distributions
Einstein Tensor link is another matter entirely. It used to take me a
full weekend to do the most trivial of examples on 20 sheets of paper,
yet Hawking does 3 orders more complicated stuff completely in his head.
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
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