Relativity and Cosmology


Is Nature Fundamentally Continuous or Discrete, and What Violations of the Null Energy Condition Tell us About Information Exchange Between Prior to Present Universes ?

Authors: A. Beckwith

Our contention, is that reality is actually analog, but that at a critical limit, as when the Octonian gravity condition kicks in, that for a time it is made to appear discrete. This due to an initial phase transition just at the start of the big bang. Our second consideration is, that symmetry breaking models, i.e. the Higgs boson are in themselves not appropriate or necessary for the formation of particles with mass just before Octonionic gravity which could arise in pre Planckian physics models without a potential. Also the necessity of potentials for pre Octonionic gravity physics can be circumvented via judicious use of Sherrer k essence physics The universe is now dominated by DE leading to renewed acceleration, so what we can do is to examine how DE arose in the first place, and what role cosmologies not obeying the null energy condition play in terms of facilitating information exchange from a prior to the present universe.

Comments: 19 pages, one figure one table. Two themes. First that Octonionic gravity breaks down

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[v1] 16 Feb 2011

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