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From the Early Universe to the Modern Universe

Authors
  • burdyuzha, v. v.
Publication Date
Mar 03, 2020
Identifiers
DOI: 10.3390/sym12030382
OAI: oai:mdpi.com:/2073-8994/12/3/382/
Source
MDPI
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Language
English
License
Green
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Abstract

The birth of the Universe, its dark components, and the next fundamental level of matter are briefly discussed. The classical cosmological solution for our Universe with a &Lambda / -term has two branches divided by a gap. The quantum process of tunneling between branches took place. A model of a slowly swelling Universe in the result of the multiple reproductions of cosmological cycles arises naturally. The occurrence of baryon asymmetry is briefly discussed. The problem of the cosmological constant is solved and, thus, the crisis of physics connected with this constant is overcome. But we note that dark energy is evolving. Dark matter (part or all) consists of familon-type pseudo-Goldstone bosons with a mass of 10&minus / 5&ndash / 10&minus / 3 eV. It follows the composite model of particles. This model reproduces three relativistic phase transitions in the medium of familons at different red shifts, forming a large scale structure of the Universe dark matter that was &ldquo / repeated&rdquo / by baryons. Here three generations of elementary particles are absolutely necessary.

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