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comment Homogeneous gravitational field and the geodesic deviation
In the weack limit this solution will be similar to a homogeneous newtonian field? I know a solution: $ds^2=(1-8gz)^{-1/4}dt^2-(1-8gz)^{1/2}(dx^2+dy^2)-(1-8gz)^{-5/4}dz^2$, which has a non-zero curvature, and proceeds under this condition $8gz \ll 1$ in a homogeneous Newtonian gravitation field.
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comment Homogeneous gravitational field and the geodesic deviation
What do You mean by the term "zero field"? Do you know any solution in vacuum for the case of infinite uniform massive layer?
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comment Homogeneous gravitational field and the geodesic deviation
But what about special case of homogenous source - infinite homogeneous flat layer? In the Newtonian case, the field of such a source is homogeneous. It looks like it will be the same in GR.
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comment Homogeneous gravitational field and the geodesic deviation
I read an article (in Russian) that said that the gravitational field of an infinite homogeneous flat layer - is homogeneous, and the components of the curvature of the field is not equal to zero. This solution, as it says, with some change of coordinates, reduces to the solution of Taub
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