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

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(5.4) correspond to simple poles of M(z)-1- Then M(z)-1 can be written as (5.5) M(

*)-' = -— K„ + T„(*) , z — z„ where T„(z) has no

the following, when we speak of the inverse of an operator, we imply that this ...

(5.4) correspond to simple poles of M(z)-1- Then M(z)-1 can be written as (5.5) M(

*)-' = -— K„ + T„(*) , z — z„ where T„(z) has no

**singularity**, at z = zn . Here and inthe following, when we speak of the inverse of an operator, we imply that this ...

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The characteristic feature of a gate of time is collapse to a

for matter but also for the space geometry that envelops this matter. Moreover, at

a

The characteristic feature of a gate of time is collapse to a

**singularity**, not • onlyfor matter but also for the space geometry that envelops this matter. Moreover, at

a

**singularity**Einstein's field equation loses its applicability. - If the mathematics ...Page 491

[265] R. C. Tolman: Relativity, Thermodynamics, and Cosmology (Oxford, 1934). [

266] A. Avez: Proprietls globales des espace-temps periodiques clos, Compt.

Rend., 250, 3585-3587 (1960). [267] R. P. Geroch:

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[265] R. C. Tolman: Relativity, Thermodynamics, and Cosmology (Oxford, 1934). [

266] A. Avez: Proprietls globales des espace-temps periodiques clos, Compt.

Rend., 250, 3585-3587 (1960). [267] R. P. Geroch:

**Singularities**in the space-time...

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E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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