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comment Have we ever seen an atom? If not, how do we know they exists?
Google STM (scanning tunneling microscope) or AFM (atomic force microscopy). And how do we know they exist... well the answer is physics...
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comment How would one experimentally prove AdS/CFT correspondence?
Yeah, but that's only for string theory. AdS/CFT doesn't necessary need string theory in some cases (Kerr/CFT and AdS${}_3$/CFT${}_2$ where you work within the framework of asymptotic symmetries).
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comment Wald General Relativity, Chap 7.1
Well, I think you need to just write it out. (7.1.19) is the metric in ($t,\phi,\rho,z$) basis, and V,X and W are defined on a page before. So you need to calculate (you can always use Mathematica and GRTensor for checking your result) the first equation, and then the second equation, and they should be the same.