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I was reading about the Riemannian Universe http://gregegan.customer.netspace.net.au/ORTHOGONAL/00/PM.html

I noticed that Greg Egan doesn't seem to talk about how Gravity would work in the Riemannian Universe. For Galilean Relativity there is Newtons Law of Gravity and for Lorentzian Relativity there is the General theory of Relativity. How would Gravity work differently in the Riemannian Universe from how it works in our Universe?

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The answer can be found at Greg Egan's website. Just go here where he discusses general relativity in his Riemannian universe. General relativity is, of course, a theory of gravitation.

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