geometrodynamics


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geometrodynamics

[¦jē·ō‚me·trə·dī′nam·iks]
(relativity)
A theory involving only geometry which attempts to combine gravitational and electromagnetic theory; characterized by a multiply connected space-time manifold containing structures, descriptively called wormholes, associated with electric charge.
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Wheeler's geometrodynamic concept charged microparticles are considered therein as singular points located in a non-unitary coherent two-dimensional surface and connected to each other through "wormholes", current tubes, or current force lines of the input-output (source-drain) kind in an additional dimension, thus forming a closed contour.
In this geometrodynamic model, any elementary particle is considered as a trace appeared due to that a vortical tube (Wheeler's wormhole) transits the surface of our world (i.
Macro-Analogies and Gravitation in the Micro-World: Elaboration of Wheeler's Geometrodynamics
The solution is based on Wheeler-De Witt equation for a Bianchi-I metric obtained by Krechet, Fil'chenkov, and Shikin [1], in the framework of quantum geometrodynamics.
For example, the superspace of geometrodynamics [13] has infinite degrees of freedom so that it is technically impossible to integrate the full infinite dimensional WDW equation.
Topological geometrodynamics, the website, http://www.
Wheeler's geometrodynamic concept [1], such a variety of types and mechanisms of interaction seems strange and unreasonable.