Relativity and Cosmology


Detection of Gravitational Waves with Semi Classical Features and Cosmological Implications (Of Such Semi Classical Features)

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

We argue in this document that initial vacuum state values possibly responsible for GW generation in relic conditions in the initial onset of inflation may have a temporary unsqueezed , possibly even coherent initial value, which would permit in certain models classical coherent initial gravitational wave states Furthermore, several arguments pro and con as to if or not initial relic GW should be high frequency will be presented, with the reason given why earlier string models did NOT favor low frequency relic GW from the big bang.. What is observed is that large higher dimensions above our 4 Dimensional space time, if recipients of matter-energy from collapse and re birth of the universe are enough to insure low relic GW. The existence of higher dimensions, in itself if the additional dimensions are small and compact will have no capacity to lower the frequency limit values of relic GW, as predicted by Giovannini, in 1995.

Comments: 11 pages. Actual submission for the SPESIF 2010 conference, minus home address and phone number. Adheres to SPESIF 2010 conference formatting guidelines. No figures

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[v1] 8 Oct 2009

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