Relativity and Cosmology

   

How an Effective “cosmological Constant” May Affect a Minimum Scale Factor, to Avoid a Cosmological Singularity.( Breakdown of the First Singularity Theorem )

Authors: Andrew Beckwith

We examine the break down of Theorem 6.1.2 of Ellis, Maartens, and Mac Callum ( Cosmology) in lieu of Dr. Kauffman's results which imply a non zero initial radius of the universe. The theoretical construction which comes closest to this classical singularity theorem, is the Bianchi I universe model when we have a w = -1 equation of state. This though is not a precise fit, and if we apply an effective cosmological parameter as defined by Ellis, et.al,and put that into a Friedman equation, we have a complete break down of our analysis.

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[v1] 2013-04-27 05:11:26

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