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Let $(M,g)$ be a space-time with Ricci curvature $Ric$, the symmetric Einstein equations are:

$$Ric^2=Id$$

With $Id$, the identity of the tangent bundle of $M$.

Have we a symmetric Einstein manifold which doesn't decompose as product of two Einstein manifolds?

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