Relativity and Cosmology


Is Octonionic Quantum Gravity Relevant Near the Planck Scale? if Gravity Waves Are Generated by Changes in the Geometry of the Early Universe, How Can We Measure Them?

Authors: A. Beckwith, F.Y. Li, N. Yang, J. Dickau, G. Stephenson, L. Glinka

We ask if Octonionic quantum gravity [1] is a relevant consideration near the Planck scale. Furthermore, we examine whether gravitational waves would be generated during the initial phase,and how to detect their effects during alterations of an initial phase factor which may be detected in a GW detector . Doing this will enable the development of realistic cosmology models

Comments: 25 pages, seven figures, FIRST draft of a chapter to go to Nova book publishers in February 2011 for a book in cosmology. Expect extensive revisions to be made to this document.

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[v1] 4 Jan 2011

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