Relativity and Cosmology

   

Three Ways to Describe Scale-Invariant Turbulence Cosmology: from Navier-Stokes to Burgers Equation to Golden Ratio Etc.

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache, Robert Neil Boyd, Daniel Chandra

In recent years, there is growing interest to describe the Universe we live in from the perspective of scale-invariant turbulence approach. Such an approach is not limited to hydrodynamics Universe model a la Gibson & Schild, but also from Kolmogorov turbulence approach as well as from String theory approach (some researcher began to explore String-Turbulence). In this article, we hope to bring out some correspondence among existing models, so we discuss shortly: the topological vortice approach, Burgers equation in the light of KAM theory and Golden Mean, and the Cantorian Navier-Stokes approach. Of course, this short article is far from being complete. We hope further investigation can be done around this line of approach.

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