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David

Darling

SPACE AND TIME

  • absolute space and time
  • antigravity
  • apparent horizon
  • arrow of time

  • babyverse
  • background
  • Big Bang
  • black hole
  • block universe

  • causal structure
  • causality
  • chronology-violating spacetime
  • chronon
  • chronology protection conjecture
  • closed timelike path
  • cosmic censorship
  • cosmological constant
  • cosmological model
  • curvature
  • curvature tensor

  • dark energy
  • dark energy, discovery of
  • dark matter
  • diffeomorphism
  • differential geometry
  • dimension

  • elliptical geometry
  • energy density
  • equivalence principle
  • ergosphere
  • Euclidean geometry
  • Euclidean space
  • event horizon

  • faster-than-light travel
  • Flatland
  • fourth dimension
  • frame of reference
  • future lightcone

  • general theory of relativity
  • geodesic
  • Gödel universe
  • Gott loop
  • Grandfather Paradox
  • gravity
  • gravitational lens
  • gravitational wave

  • hidden dimensions
  • higher dimensions
  • hyperbolic geometry
  • hypercube
  • hyperspace
  • hypersphere

  • inertial reference frame

  • Kaluza-Klein theory
  • Kerr black hole
  • Klein bottle

  • Lense-Thiring effect
  • light cone
  • Lorentz contraction
  • Lorentz transformation

  • metric
  • Michelson-Morley experiment
  • Minkowski space
  • mirror reversal problem
  • Möbius band

  • naked singularity
  • negative mass
  • no boundary condition
  • non-Euclidean geometry

  • parallel universe
  • Penrose diagram
  • Planck length
  • Planck time
  • polytope
  • principle of equivalence
  • principle of relativity

  • quantum dimensions
  • quantum gravity

  • Reissner-Nordstrom black hole
  • relativistic
  • relativistic effects
  • relativity theory
  • rest mass
  • Riemannian geometry

  • Schwarzschild black hole
  • Schwarzschild radius
  • singularity
  • space
  • spacetime
  • special theory of relativity
  • speed of light
  • supermassive black hole

  • tachyon
  • tesseract
  • time
  • time dilation
  • time machine
  • time travel
  • topology
  • Twins paradox
  • two-dimensional worlds

  • Van Stokum cylinder

  • warp drive
  • weight
  • white hole
  • worldline