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In the theory of [[general relativity]], a '''stressenergymomentum pseudotensor''', such as the '''LandauLifshitz pseudotensor''', is an extension of the nongravitational [[stressenergy tensor]] which incorporates the [[energymomentum]] of gravity. It allows the [[energymomentum]] of a system of gravitating matter to be defined. In particular it allows the total of matter plus the gravitating energymomentum to form a [[conserved current]] within the framework of [[general relativity]], so that the ''total'' energymomentum crossing the [[hypersurface]] (3dimensional boundary) of ''any'' compact [[spacetime]] [[hypervolume]] (4dimensional submanifold) vanishes.
Some people object to this derivation on the grounds that
==LandauLifshitz pseudotensor==

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