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Dec 26 
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Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
David, could you provide some references? I'm not familiar with these concepts. BTW, I'm writing a paper where I'll probably need to mention the existence of such examples. 
Dec 21 
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Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
Amazing! Thank you! 
Dec 21 
accepted  Getting unique ergodicity from minimality 
Dec 21 
awarded  Yearling 
Dec 21 
answered  Number of disjoint simple closed geodesics 
Dec 21 
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Dec 21 
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Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
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Getting unique ergodicity from minimality
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Dec 20 
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What is the geometric meaning of content or intersection flatness?
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Dec 20 
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Dec 20 
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Examples of major theorems with very hard proofs that have NOT dramatically improved over time
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Dec 20 
asked  Getting unique ergodicity from minimality 
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awarded  Revival 
Feb 20 
answered  Generalizations and relative applications of Fekete's subadditive lemma 
Sep 4 
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Why is GL(n,C)/U(n) a CAT(0) space?
For the similar space GL(n,R)/SO(n), a detailed and accessible discussion is given in Ch.12 of Lang's Fundamentals of Differential Geometry. 
Aug 28 
accepted  About Jacobi fields on nonpositive curvature 
Aug 27 
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What is the defining formula for Sectional Curvature
To be more precise, Lang is not radical: depending on what applications one makes, both R and R are natural''. However, (...) R is the clearest functorial notion.'' To support his point, Lang says (among other things): ``The naturality of R in the real case is similar to the naturality of its counterpart in the complex case, where formulas involving positivity come out neatly by using the analogue of R rather than its negative (as already noted by Griffiths).'' Probably Griffiths is not taken seriously either... Anyway, choose your favorite definition and be happy!

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About Jacobi fields on nonpositive curvature
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answered  What is the defining formula for Sectional Curvature 