Stephen P. King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 10 Apr 1999 21:10:34 -0400
I am jumping the gun in our discussion of Weyl's idea. :) By fibering a
Riemannian manifold with no a priori connection with quantum mechanical
systems having a Euclidian geometry do we assume:
1) that there is a Euclidian metric over each LS?
2) that each LS's clock can be used to define both a temporal and
spatial co-ordinate (mesh) system for each?
3) that the propagation of photons with in a given LS's mesh system
follows a Minkowskian light cone structure, if we consider only
4) would massive particles follow such a Minkowskian structure if
gravity is very weak?
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