Is the Cosmological Constant, a -Vacuum- Field We Explore This by Squeezing Early Universe -Coherent-Semi Classical States-, and Compare This to Energy from the Early Universe Heisenberg Uncertainty PrincipleReport as inadecuate




Is the Cosmological Constant, a -Vacuum- Field We Explore This by Squeezing Early Universe -Coherent-Semi Classical States-, and Compare This to Energy from the Early Universe Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle - Download this document for free, or read online. Document in PDF available to download.

Our question delves into the nature of early universe vacuum fields, and if this initial vacuum field corresponds to a configuration of early universe space-time at the start of inflation. The answer as to this came out due to wanting to know if a cosmological constant, as given in the Einstein field equations is commensurate with the byproduct of squeezed states. We compare our answer, with the influx of energy as given by a modified Heinsenberg uncertainty principle, at the start of the inflationary era. The so called influx of energy is tied into the squeezed state phenomena as written up in the onset of this article. The impetus to writing this document came from Dr. Karim, in an e mail which the author relates to, in the introduction. Our claim is that the smallness of  is what is driving the existence of the squeezed states.

KEYWORDS

Vacuum Fields, Modified Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Squeezed States

Cite this paper

Beckwith, A. 2016 Is the Cosmological Constant, a -Vacuum- Field? We Explore This by Squeezing Early Universe -Coherent-Semi Classical States-, and Compare This to Energy from the Early Universe Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, 2, 546-561. doi: 10.4236-jhepgc.2016.24047.





Author: Andrew Walcott Beckwith

Source: http://www.scirp.org/



DOWNLOAD PDF




Related documents