Further GTR questions: 1. What features of events are ‘objective’, according to Einstein (and preserved in all Gaussian coordinate systems)? 2. What is a ‘reference mollusc’? 3. How does a ‘material point’ get ‘characterized’ within a Gaussian coordinate system? 4. What is the restriction Einstein imposes on the clocks that we imagine located at all the various points of a reference ‘mollusc’? 5. What condition must be met, if the Gaussian treatment of ‘distance’ between points is to work? (See 98-99) 6. What tells us that our efforts to impose a Euclidean coordinate system on the marble slab have gone awry? 7. What limit constrains a Newtonian cosmology based on infinite Euclidean space? 8. Why doesn’t Einstein like Seeliger’s proposed resolution for this problem? 9. Describe a surface that is finite but unbounded (has no limits). 10. How does the possibility of a 3-dimensional space like this allow for a more satisfactory cosmology than that of a ‘quasi-Euclidean’ 3-dimensional space?