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Numerous applications, including the gravitational theory developed by both the Berwald-Mor metric and the Chernov metric, are also presented.
Projects selected include: using a geochemical clock to predict volcanic eruptions, exploring the effects of Dark Matter and Dark Energy on gravitational theory, checking responsibility, liability and risk in situations where tasks are delegated to intelligent systems, and investigating the role of genetic and environmental factors in embryo brain wiring.
The neoclassical causal version for Newtonian gravitational theory requires a hypothetical induction field [F.
That becomes tricky because gravitational theory dictates that the altitude isn't measured relative to average sea level, but to the geoid, a hypothetical surface that approximates the shape and size of Earth.