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Entropy Growth in the Early Universe and Confirmation of Initial Big Bang Conditions ( Wheeler De Witt Eqn. Results Vs. String Theory ?)

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

Initial relic entropy growth is presented as a natural outgrowth of relic graviton production, as a generalization of Dr. J.Y Ng's infinite quantum statistics. The adaptation and modification of Ng's (2008) argument, is an outgrowth of string theory cosmology arguments, and is essentially a counting algorithm for relic graviton production. This article is a very abbreviated version of a presentation given in Chongquing, PRC, in April, 2009, at the Chongquing University Physic's department as a guest of Dr. Fangyu Li, and his gravitational research group.

Comments: 2 pages, submission to the Blois 2009 conference proceedings

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[v1] 30 Aug 2009
[v2] 31 Aug 2009

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