Relativity and Cosmology


Inconsistency of the Beckwith Entropy Formula

Authors: Lukasz Andrzej Glinka

In my recent paper [1] published by Prespacetime Journal I discussed certain consequences of the entropy formula presented by A.W. Beckwith and his coauthors [2]. The main result of the deductions were bonons and the inflaton constant. However, I now consider the Beckwith entropy formula to be wrong, and deductions based on this relation can therefore be at most half-true. In this brief paper the right way to deduce the entropy formula is concisely discussed, the results obtained previously are revised, and certain new results are presented.

Comments: 5 pages, Prespacetime Journal 2(5), pp.733-736 (May 2011)

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[v1] 4 Jun 2011

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