Relativity and Cosmology


Is a Vev Due to the Bunch-Davies Vacuum Fluctuation a Way to Obtain Octonionic Quantum Gravity in the Planckian Regime of Space Time? Yes, But Only After Planck Time Tplanck

Authors: Andrew Beckwith, L Glinka

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. We examine Bunch-Davies vacuum fluctuations[1] of a scalar field, (see paper for equation), if we use the wave function for an average value of the Hubble parameter (see paper for equation) , with VeV resulting from Ψ of a pseudo time dependent WdW wave function [2],[3], and H from initial values of the Friedman equation. The benefit from defining the Bunch-Davies vacuum fluctuation this way is that there would be a way to obtain partial time evolution of the VeV and also to ask if Octonionic quantum gravity[2] constructions are relevant in the Planckian regime of space time.

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[v1] 18 Oct 2010

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