Relativity and Cosmology

   

Adiabatic Expansion of the Universe

Authors: Shehrin Sayed

The expansion of the universe is proved to be an adiabatic process. The proposed idea shows good agreement with the observable universe and can explain some basic characteristics of the universe. It is also showed that the first kind of Friedmann model contradicts with the observable universe. The proposed idea also indicates that the size of the universe is finite.

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[v1] 21 Nov 2010

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