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On the Initial Chaos of the Universe: Using Null Deflection of Perturbation Element Over flat Geometry

Authors: Divyansh Mansukhani

While the flatness problem, Ω = 1, has been one weighty stand in the modern cosmology to showcase incompetency of BBT, the theory of inflation - first pioneered by Alan Guth, CTP, MIT (current) - serves to accommodate it in the observed universe. Here, (a) FP is used as a skeleton to attempt for an altogether novel approach involving rudimentary perturbation theory to define what one may call as ‘initial chaos’, and (b) the corresponding approach is postulated to be lightly rigorous than the other frameworks which propose in the same domain.

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