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Assume represents a point in curved space which is undefinable both in principle and in theory. Now extend the vector field of into a 4-by-4 matrix with a polynomial co-efficient of x raised to the power of 2. How does the Lorenz field map onto the set of real integers in non-Euclidean space, assuming Godel's incompleteness theorems?

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