Quiescent Cosmology and the Final State of the Universe
It has long been a primary objective of cosmology to understand the apparent isotropy in our universe and to provide a mathematical formulation for its evolution. A promising school of thought for its explanation is quiescent cosmology, which already possesses a mathematical framework, namely the definition of an isotropic singularity, but only for the initial state of the universe. A complementary framework is necessary in order to also describe possible final states of the universe. Our new...[Show more]
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