Relativity and Cosmology

   

Symmetries in Evolving Space-time and Their Connection to High-Frequency Gravity Wave Production

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

Linking a shrinking prior universe via a wormhole solution for a pseudo time dependent Wheeler-De Witt equation permits the formation of a short-term quintessence scalar field. We claim that our model and the addition of the wormhole is tied to an initial configuration of the Einstein field equations, allowing for high-frequency gravitational waves (HFGW) at the onset of inflation. This is due to symmetries in space-time, which enable the creation of highfrequency gravitational waves. The duration of a wormhole thermal bridge between prior and present universes is less than Planck's time duration, but has consequences up to our present cosmological era. This also leads to phase transition changes that form a template for graviton production. The initial conditions so created also suggest optimal environmental conditions for advanced spacecraft propulsion systems.

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[v1] 11 Oct 2010

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