#### NotEinstein

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Which are you referring to? If you mean the opening post, we argued a contracted form and made it proportional. Later I work out the christoffel symbols directly, and show the actual form of the equations, no proportional symbols.

The very first equation of the first post in this thread. It is impossible for $$\mathbf{G}$$ to be a tensor. Because you said:

$$\mathbf{G} \approx \frac{1}{\Delta L\Delta t}\ \geq \frac{c^4}{G \hbar}$$

That middle term is a number. So the left-hand side must be too. Your $$\mathbf{G}$$ is a number, not a tensor.

Erm, you started the topic? On a forum? Thus inviting comments/replies?Please... do I need to define anything for you? You seem to be here for a fight, nothing more, nothing less.

Look, no need to get all defensive about this. Just properly define your terms so I can at least follow along with your derivation, and I'm all happy!