Relativity and Cosmology

   

Evolutionary Speed of Light and Cosmological Questions

Authors: S. Kulas

The model of the Big Bang implies that Something is created out of Nothing. Since the first moments of the Big Bang are still quite unknown, we make implications which are based on rational conclusions and end up with a variable speed of light, which was nearly zero at the beginning of the universe and grew exponentially in the first moments. Then it represents an impetus for inflation. If a fraction of this process still goes on today, it could be a source for dark matter and dark energy. We show a phenomenological approach to a simple model and the similarity to dark photons, which hopefully can be detected in the near future.

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