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The duality of Navier-Stokes and Einstein-Hilbert equations

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For those with an interest in fluid dynamics and gravitation, a new preprint is up that illustrates the duality model by Strominger, et al:

http://motls.blogspo...uations-as.html

Motl points out that one result might be tools to better understand turbulence. A better understanding of turbulence equates to a better understanding of chaos. A better understanding of chaos equates to a better understanding of pretty much everything from biology right down to pure mathematics.

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