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    • CommentAuthorUrs
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2015
    • (edited May 1st 2015)

    I have been writing about synthetic formalization of (super-)Einstein equations of motion in various talk notes scattered around, (such recently at Modern Physics formalized in Modal Homotopy Type Theory (schreiber)) but now it is maybe time to turn it into a polished comprehensive account.

    It would seem that I should be doing this in a separate document, but since the proof depends on a fairly wide range of chapters in cohesion, I have been typing it now right into the big file. A first version is now in section 7.1.3 “Gravity” of the dcct pdf. This needs polishing, but that’s where it is for the moment.

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