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If

be physically unreasonable, or internally inconsistent, or both? This question is

obviously central to any assessment of what genera] relativity has to contribute to

...

If

**geometrodynamics**has such unexpected features, must it not be concluded tobe physically unreasonable, or internally inconsistent, or both? This question is

obviously central to any assessment of what genera] relativity has to contribute to

...

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yMWYM) = 0 having no connection whatsoever with the characteristic distance L*

of quantum

elementary particle lies in this or in some quite different direction. However, if a ...

yMWYM) = 0 having no connection whatsoever with the characteristic distance L*

of quantum

**geometrodynamics**. It is of course possible that the solution of theelementary particle lies in this or in some quite different direction. However, if a ...

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What kind of inner connection therefore is there, if any, between this sort of

topology and the topology of

unanswered. II. - Does there Exist a Purely Geometrical Description of the

Neutrino Field? 1.

What kind of inner connection therefore is there, if any, between this sort of

topology and the topology of

**geometrodynamics**? This question standsunanswered. II. - Does there Exist a Purely Geometrical Description of the

Neutrino Field? 1.

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