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Topic: What is a vector field?
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Wade Jenkins

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Registered: 4/24/13
Re: What is a vector field?
Posted: Apr 24, 2013 11:33 AM
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Tom Roberts wrote:

>>> Hmmmm. In physics, where we always have an ORIENTABLE manifold WITH

>> Certainly at an undergraduate level, but once you get into things like
>> gauge theories you need manifolds without a metric.

> Yes. I meant spacetime manifold.

Finally you admit, relativity is an undergraduate level!

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