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Posted by Bruce on November 1, 2002 23:21:30 UTC

If you are interested in gravitational physics (I am) then the Schwarzchild and Kerr spacetimes around black holes gives the most interesting results. Generally. For gravitational wave investigation then binary neurtron star systems, such as PSR1913+16, might be the most interesting. I take it all back since the most interesting could be the tests for GR in the weak field. Hey it is all great fun.

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