Relativity and Cosmology

   

Redshift in Lattice-Cellular Models of the Universe: Lindquist-Wheeler and Beyond

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache, Yunita Umniyati

Many physicists and philosophers alike have debated a long standing puzzle: whether the space is continuous or discrete. It has been known for long time that most of the existing cosmology models rely on pseudo-Riemannian metric as the cornerstone of Einsteinian universe. But the metric itself is based on continuum model. It is known that such models have led us to too many (monster) problems, including dark matter and dark energy etc. Now what if the universe is discrete? Then perhaps we can solve these problems naturally. Despite majority of cosmologists rely on such a Standard Model which is called Lambda CDM theory, we will explore here the redshift theory based on a few of lattice-cellular models, including Lindquist-Wheeler theory and beyond it. We will also touch briefly some peculiar models such as Voronoi tesellattice and also Conrad Ranzan’s cellular model.

Comments: 5 Pages. This paper will be submitted to Open Physics J.

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