# Editing 2034: Equations

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Gauge theory is a subset of field theory. Most gauge theory equations appear to have many strange-looking constants and variables with odd labels. | Gauge theory is a subset of field theory. Most gauge theory equations appear to have many strange-looking constants and variables with odd labels. | ||

− | :<math>H(t)+\Omega+G\!\cdot\!\ | + | :<math>H(t)+\Omega+G\!\cdot\!\nabla...\begin{cases}...>0\mathsf{\ (Hubble\ model)}\\ |

...=0\mathsf{\ (Flat\ sphere\ model)}\\ | ...=0\mathsf{\ (Flat\ sphere\ model)}\\ | ||

...<0\mathsf{\ (Bright\ dark\ matter\ model)} | ...<0\mathsf{\ (Bright\ dark\ matter\ model)} |