Consequences of Antisymmetry for the Riemann Curvature


The major consequence of the antisymmetry law is that only a few elements of the Riemann tensor can contribute and still obey antisymmetry, thus greatly simplifying its structure and making computation much easier. Similar results are obtained for the Cartan curvature form and Cartan torsion form. There is a temporary problem with the blog that started yesterday, in that attachments are not visible, this will be solved in due course. All advances are of course reported in full detail in the main site and also


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