Relativity and Cosmology

   

Open Question. Could a Causal Discontinuity Lead to an Explanation of Fluctuations in the CMBR Radiation Spectrum ?

Authors: A. Beckwith

Could a causal discontinuity lead to an explanation of fluctuations in the CMBR radiation spectrum? Is this argument valid if there is some third choice of set structure (for instance do self referential sets fall into one category or another?). The answer to this question may lie in (entangled?) vortex structure of space time, along the lines of structure similar to that generate in the laboratory by Ruutu [1] (1996). Self referential sets may be part of the generated vortex structure, and we will endeavor to find if this can be experimentally investigated. If the causal set argument and its violation via this procedure holds, we have the view that what we see a space time 'drum' effect with the causal discontinuity forming the head of a 'drum' for a region of about 1010 bits of 'information' before our present universe up to the instant of the big bang itself for a time region less than t ~ 10-44 seconds in duration, with a region of increasing bits of 'information' going up to 10120 due to vortex filament condensed matter style forming through a symmetry breaking phase transition.

Comments: 22 pages, 2 figures, to be heavily edited with co authors added by those expressing an interest. To be submitted to a journal after enough edits

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[v1] 10 Jan 2011

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