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A stressed field may be simply defined using various classes of magnitudes. The classes of magnitudes are associated with scalars, vectors, tensors, and outer products (also tensors of higher rank). A general metric (angular metric) may be obtained from a class defined field. This will reduce to the Kerr-Newman metric.

 

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A scalar is a magnitude. A vector has a magnitude. A tensor may be considered to be an operator that changes the direction of a vector. This is similar to a “non-orthogonal cross product”. A tensor may also be viewed as a ratio of vectors. Extending the ratio definition suggests that a “tensor magnitude” is a ratio of vector magnitudes.

 

 

74 downloads of your pdf and no one has challenged it or even commented on it.

 

You have constructed a series of statements without proof.

Perhaps you would like to justify and explain what you are talking about since it appears to me to be in direct conflict with conventional wisdom.

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