Relativity and Cosmology

   

General Theory of Light, Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe

Authors: Srinivasulu Charupally

Investigate possibility formulation of General theory of Light with the help of Universe expanding concept which was practically well proven.It is often assumed that in the course of the evolution of the universe, the dark energy either vanishes or becomes a positive constant. However, recently it was shown that in many models based on supergravity, the dark energy eventually becomes negative and the universe collapses within the time comparable to the present age of the universe. Describe how Hubble constant was changing over the time and what was the impact of dark energy, also show that how mass particles and Plank constant affected by the dark energy. Any theories of this type have certain distinguishing features that can be tested by cosmological observations.

Comments: 14 Pages.

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[v1] 2014-01-27 00:49:08
[v2] 2014-11-25 08:14:18

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