Relativity and Cosmology


A Different Model of the Cosmological Constant and Einstein Curvature Tensor in Relation to Dark Energy

Authors: J. P. Baugher

The meaning and existence of the cosmological constant has come to the forefront of physics as a dark energy that could be responsible for an accelerating expansion of the universe, as well as having an extremely large magnitude as predicted by quantum field theory. This presents the most challenging physics problems known today. In this work I ask questions of a simple equivalency substituted into the Einstein field equation and demonstrate that this results in a repulsive Newtonian gravity that can be explained in terms of a large cosmological constant as well as a proposed path for dark matter.

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[v1] 2012-03-07 10:36:56

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