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I will say that I know of these, rather that claim to be an expert.

 

General Relativity

Gauss–Bonnet gravity

Einstein-Cartan theory

Teleparallel gravity

f( R ) theories

Brans–Dicke theory

Gauge theory gravity (on a flat background)

 

And there are others I have not really come across.

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I will say that I know of these, rather that claim to be an expert.

 

General Relativity

Gauss–Bonnet gravity

Einstein-Cartan theory

Teleparallel gravity

f( R ) theories

Brans–Dicke theory

Gauge theory gravity (on a flat background)

 

And there are others I have not really come across.

Dear Dr. Bruce,

Thank you so much. I do not know about these theories of gravity.

I'm flattered that you answered my question.

I will bring these theories of gravity for example, when I talk with my friends from the Academy of Sciences.

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Sincerely yours, V.

Dr. Bruce,

Do you are interest in the application of Lie groups to the manifolds?

I'm find a co-author who could verify the mathematical calculations.

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Sincerely yours, V.

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Do you are interest in the application of Lie groups to the manifolds?

I am not particularly interested in Lie groups, but they are an essential apart of differential geometry and mathematical physics.

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