Relativity and Cosmology

   

On Timelike Naked Singularities Associated with Noncompact Matter Sources

Authors: Carlos Castro

We show the existence of timelike naked singularities which are not hidden by a horizon and which are associated to spherically symmetric (noncompact) matter sources extending from r = 0 to r = ∞. Our asymptotically flat solutions do represent observable timelike naked singularities where the scalar curvature R and volume mass density ρ(r) are both singular at r = 0. To finalize we explain the Finsler geometric origins behind the matter field configuration obeying the weak energy conditions and that leads to a timelike naked singularity.

Comments: 9 pages, This article appeared in Physics Letters B 665, no. 5 (2008) 384-387.

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