MESSAGES in the MATHEMATICS

THE EINSTEIN FIELD EQUATIONS ARE DIFFERENTIAL RELATIONS. They must be integrated for solutions. Inside the electron’s source layer as pictured by Burinskii, spacetime is FLAT. In such a space, even false vacuum, one may integrate to a potential form, uniquely. Outside the source, not so.
I need to clarify. One integrates the metric solution, but I am speaking of electric vacuum fields and potentials. Since the differential equations are general, we always take advantage of symmetries simplifying solution.

 

 

 

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