Relativity and Cosmology


Emergent Gravity in Start of Cosmological Inflation as by Product of Dynamical Systems Mappings ?

Authors: Andrew Walcott Beckwith

We present how a Gaussian mapping, combined with what we hope to turn into a strange attractor for re cycling prior universe matter-energy may enable quantum gravity to form. And embed it in a larger- non linear theory. The key development to be worked upon would be turning into a strange attractor the supposition R. Penrose made as to re cycling the 'history' of the universe without the necessity of a 'big crunch', i.e. a contracting universe. The nature of the attractor would be instrumental in helping us come up with conditions enabling the evolution of pre Planckian embedding of non linear ' analog reality' ( 'classical' ) physics meshing into, with an increase in degrees of freedom into 'digital reality' ( 'quantum mechanics') and de facto quantum gravity , at the start of Planckian space time. This Planckian space time would mark the beginning of inflation.

Comments: 6 pages, one table. An entry into the 11 DSTA conference, in Lotz, Poland, in December 5-8, 2011m put in to facilitate mathematical development and continuation/ improvement of a suggestion brought up by Dr. R. Penrose which the author was priviliged to attend in summer , 2007, at the inagural opening of the new Penn State gravitational physics center.

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