Mathematical Physics


Mathematical and Phenomenological Elements of the Twin-Tori Model of Physics and Cosmology.

Authors: Chris Forbes

In this, a follow up to a previous paper 'A Short Article On A Newly Proposed Model Of Cosmology' (viXra:0909.0005), some of the basic mathematical structures to be used in the formulation of the model are shown, and several advantages are discussed. The paper then takes a more phenomenological approach and several simple (1+1) dimensional models are explored.

Comments: 10 pages

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[v1] 11 Oct 2009

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