Relativity and Cosmology

   

Is the Universe Created from Vacuum Fluctuations?

Authors: John Eastmond

It has been speculated that the universe is a zero-energy vacuum fluctuation. I attempt to show how matter might be continually created in the universe from quantum fluctuations using the uncertainty and holographic principles. I derive a unique linear cosmology with a scale R = ct where t is the age of the universe. I show that the annihilation time of a quantum fluctuation depends exponentially on R so that there is an effective cosmological horizon at that distance. Previously it has been found that a linear Big-Bang model fits the Hubble expansion data remarkably well. Additionally such a model does not suffer from the classical horizon and flatness problems and so does not require a period of cosmological inflation.

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