mott.carl
contrayed for zero,same that for others inertial referntial the interval is different of
zero,or number infitesimal,almost null
but how the infinite space can to transformed in some finite;but if the space were not infinite,it cannt be contrayed for zero,but to be contrayed it must be infinite,but
with connected with dimension-time,that generates"discreteness' or"holes"that generate new series of points not only of the space,but subspaces series generated by the time,that produce the deformations of the space,that are the
curves of space-time not equivalent,or with correspondence one to one between
the curve and straight lines,then to explicit the physical reality,the geometry must
be non-euclidean with positive metric with curvature and torsion,and exterior differential would be elliptic and the interior differential would be hyperbolic.
then space and time are intrinsically connected,where the space is infinite,but can be deformed by time,(with the breaks of rotational invariance),that generate the curvatures,where each one,has a temporal metric,it is the reverse of time-dilatations explain the contraction of the space,generating continuos space-time,
with discretions between its.
AlphaNumeric
In semi-symplectic forms of partial functions, it can be shown that the non-abelian gradient of Laplace confines results in a partly diffuse orbit of actions. Taking the Kahler transpose of the polyforms gives a transduce chain of Lorentz inversions.

Without these inversions, the metric dipole of Einstein's 3rd covariant form disgenerates to 2 elliptic modes of the k'th kind, inversely proportional to their vacuum expectation value.

By expanding about this VEV using Riemann's curvature form, we see that the dis-continous quotient of space expands to give us, in the limit of h->pi, that Mott is posting BS and knows nothing about physics.

See, it's easy when you know a lot of physics words to say nothing at all
rpenner
Und der Vierbein ist kaput!
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