Relativity and Cosmology


From the Big Split of the Primal Cosmic “Substance” to a Five-Component Vacuum with Positive and Negative Energy Densities

Authors: Bruno R Galeffi

This study considers the asymmetric self-division of a preexisting substance at zero-energy as the seeding and nucleation for the cosmic inflation driven by Friedmann equations. This split creates two unsymmetrical constituents that provide the potential energy required for activating the universe expansion and the emergence of three other vacuum ingredients. This expansion model corresponds to a vacuum containing five components, two with positive and three with negative energy densities, including a negative cosmological variable Λ(t). In this model dark energy and dark matter, as identified by the ΛCDM framework, seem to accurately fit the sum of two components.

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