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comment Merger happening tangentially, but dark matter at both sides?
conformal Weyl gravity and some other variants do MONDesque predictions like Tully-Fisher, but what they don't explain is the Bullet Cluster weak lensing pattern
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comment Merger happening tangentially, but dark matter at both sides?
ah, should have known better than not following to the source. In fact, sec. 4.1 mentions that there is no actual weak lensing map, so their dark matter map is just guesswork
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comment nuclear reaction fluid modelling
Btw, since you seem interested in these kind of concepts, here is an update of the original fission fragment rocket design using magnetic collimation rbsp.info/rbs/RbS/PDF/aiaa05.pdf
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comment Unexpected behaviour with variadic template constructor
I added that fix preventively because I trust your knowledge, but I didn't understand exactly what kind of cases would make the lack of the first dummy arg type a problem
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comment Unexpected behaviour with variadic template constructor
thanks Yakk, there was no need to make 'list distinct from copying', just replacing the typedef with a factory did the trick. If you want, add it as an answer
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comment Computing the Einstein tensor for a spherically symmetrical metric using the tetrad formalism
multiply the no-torsion condition to the left against a one-form with a new labeled index $\theta^c$ and use the properties of the wedge product
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revised CMB curly B-modes and dark matter
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revised CMB curly B-modes and dark matter
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comment Another question about wormhole traversability in General Relativity
so, I don't get it; it is the same metric, but the geodesics are 'interpreted' differently? I don't see any 'shift' that you mention, is the same Schwarzschild-Einstein-Rosen metric
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