## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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The shorter the intervals between the times tx, tt, <3, t„ <„ at which we specify the

position, to x„-\-dx<, of the particle, the greater are ... Moreover, when we ascribe

to space both a field co-ordinate — a definite intrinsic

The shorter the intervals between the times tx, tt, <3, t„ <„ at which we specify the

position, to x„-\-dx<, of the particle, the greater are ... Moreover, when we ascribe

to space both a field co-ordinate — a definite intrinsic

**3**-**geometry**— and a field ...Page 435

contrast, an infinitesimal change in metric coefficients that does not let itself be

represented in this form is the sign of a real change in

+ f,l, + (8»,iU.taM.. This latter type of change, like the slow crumpling of an ...

contrast, an infinitesimal change in metric coefficients that does not let itself be

represented in this form is the sign of a real change in

**3**-**geometry**: (34) a&,, = *,„+ f,l, + (8»,iU.taM.. This latter type of change, like the slow crumpling of an ...

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Of these three « informations », two have to do with gravitational wave

amplitudes and one with time. In the case of electromagnetism these two kinds of

data are cleanly separated in (42). In the case of a

separation ...

Of these three « informations », two have to do with gravitational wave

amplitudes and one with time. In the case of electromagnetism these two kinds of

data are cleanly separated in (42). In the case of a

**3**-**geometry**no such cleanseparation ...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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