Relativity and Cosmology

   

Open Questions as to What a Large Vacuum Energy Implies for Graviton Production in a Relic Setting, I.e. a Toy Model to Consider

Authors: A. Beckwith

If we have a non infinite but huge negative value of the cosmological vacuum energy in the wormhole, then we have 1010 bits of computing information. When we leave the wormhole, we have 10120 bits of computing information We specify a transition between the two regions in terms of a causal discontinuity regime created by a(t) chaotic behavior due initially to the initially very large value of thermal vacuum energy transmitted. Note that this is a toy model to account for thermal transfer of energy from a prior to a present universe perhaps enabling graviton production. This is a companion piece to the Octonian gravity document.

Comments: 6 pages. 3 tables, 1 figure. Meant as a companion piece to the Octonionic gravity work done earlier for possible inclusion in the Nova Book Chapter of Cosmology.

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[v1] 3 Feb 2011

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