# Why space-time are assumed independent at solving general relativity for Universe? it means there is no space-time curvaceous

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Space and time assumed to be independent  from each other at solving general relativity equation for Universe and that's parameters . That means there is no time space curvature but also time expansion and contraction and only space curvature . Time-space dependency is solved in the form of complex numbers (not real numbers) . Is it the same ?@BS.

asked Nov 15, 2017 in Q&A 1 flag

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