I'm still self-learning general relativity. I have been a huge fan of Andrew Hamilton's amazing lecture notes on GR, black holes and cosmology. He goes through GR in pretty much full tetrad formalism. The reason he wants to do that is because some of the physics becomes much easier to understand in local tetrad frame, where everything just follows special relativity. That's the reason people working with particle physics in GR are interested in working with tetrads, I suppose.
While I think Andrew Hamilton's notes are the most amazing thing in this world, I find myself sometimes wanting to read more books on tetrads and particle physics. That's why I'd like to ask if anyone knows more fairly comprehensive sources to learn about tetrads and particle physics in GR. One thing I sometimes find is lacking in the above notes is exercises / example calculations (only in some chapters). This is why I'd especially appreciate resources with many exercises to master the basics.
I'd like to think my background in GR is not too bad right now, but I still find myself struggling with quantum physics from time to time.
Thanks a lot!
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I would like resources which have the following:
- General Relativity
- Lots of tetrads
- Particle physics
- Exercises & applications