Relativity and Cosmology

   

Entropy Production and a Toy Model as to Irregularities in the CMBR Spectrum

Authors: A. Beckwith

While assuming the relatively narrow spectrum of graviton frequencies in the onset of inflation, it is necessary to examine how this could tie into instanton-anti-instanton production. We do so via a thermal input from the prior universe model. We also discuss how the break up of such structure could influence later inflationary cosmology -physics. The following paper attempts a thought experiment as to how to present a genesis of irregularites in the CMBR spectrum. This is not meant to be a substitute for Sakar's ground breaking work, but an addendium as to how the initially very smooth start of inflation could lead to the pronounced irregularities Dr. Sarkar commented upon.

Comments: 36 pages, 15 pages of article, 21 pages of optional appendix entries. Sent to Pre space time editor, Johanthan Dickau, where I expect it to undergo drastic revisions. NO problem.

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[v1] 6 Feb 2011

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