Authors: A. Beckwith
We examine whether gravitational waves would be generated during the initial phase, δ0 of the universe when triggered by changes in space-time geometry; i.e. We hope to find traces of the breakdown of the Entropy/QM space-time regime during δ0. In particular, we look at if higher dimensions affect the relative strength of ΩGW , and comment as to how this magnitude may affect opportunities for detection of GW from relic sources. In particular, we will explain the reason why GW O of the pre big bang model is so strong, up to 10 to the - 6 power, while the ΩGW of ordinary inflation is so weak. In relic conditions.
Comments: 15 pages, 3 tables, two figures.; Has arguments in simplified form as to what will be brought up for presentation by the author in rencontres de Moriond, in a GW symposium
[v1] 16 Mar 2011
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