Relativity and Cosmology


Extra Dimensions? Are They Necessary?

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

In the first 11 pages, we present the simplest argument possible as to what is known and not known as to higher dimensions, and how they fit in cosmology. The remaining 27 slides are back up, to illustrate additional points which may come up in discussions.

Comments: 38 pages, TNS ( triple nine society ) presentation as an invited speaker, in Denver, Colorado, 2009. Has very advanced material with respect to non Gaussian contributions to cosmological evolution put in, in last 27 slides.

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[v1] 1 Oct 2009

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