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Hi everybody,

I have posted the following comment to a YT video (*),

but they are not allowing it to be visible, so I'll

try to post it here, it is indeed a question (answering

which I think presupposes that one has an idea of what

"Geometric Algebra" (**) in fact offers):

<< @34:12 - Isn't "Geometric Algebra" (at least potentially,

if it turns out to [fully] work), with everything including

gravity done in flat space-time, a solution to that problem

of **a description of matter and matter fields that is

independent of geometry/metrics**? >> (emphasis added)

Any feedback/insight very welcome, thank you.

Julio

(*) Gordon Belot: The Mach=E2=80=94Einstein Principle of 1917=E2=80=941918

<https://youtu.be/7SI1JRBsv7M>

(**) Professor Anthony Lasenby. A new language for physics.

<https://youtu.be/m7v2IUJtC3g> (just as a starting point)

I have posted the following comment to a YT video (*),

but they are not allowing it to be visible, so I'll

try to post it here, it is indeed a question (answering

which I think presupposes that one has an idea of what

"Geometric Algebra" (**) in fact offers):

<< @34:12 - Isn't "Geometric Algebra" (at least potentially,

if it turns out to [fully] work), with everything including

gravity done in flat space-time, a solution to that problem

of **a description of matter and matter fields that is

independent of geometry/metrics**? >> (emphasis added)

Any feedback/insight very welcome, thank you.

Julio

(*) Gordon Belot: The Mach=E2=80=94Einstein Principle of 1917=E2=80=941918

<https://youtu.be/7SI1JRBsv7M>

(**) Professor Anthony Lasenby. A new language for physics.

<https://youtu.be/m7v2IUJtC3g> (just as a starting point)

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