Some Topics in Relativistic Cosmology

  • John D. Barrow
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 156)

Abstract

These lectures do not aim to provide a complete survey of relativistic cosmology. Rather, we shall confine attention to a number of specific aspects of relativistic cosmology which might be of interest to current investigations of high energy physics in the early universe and to the wider audience of relativists and astrophysicists at this School. In particular, we shall focus upon features of general relativistic cosmology that are of relevance to the inflationary universe theory and the cosmological questions that it confronts1,2. A number of new results will be described in the second half of the notes. The detailed particle physics motivation for the existence of an inflationary phase during the early history of the expanding universe will be covered in other lectures.

Keywords

Entropy Vortex Microwave Anisotropy Manifold 

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  • John D. Barrow
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  1. 1.Astronomy CentreUniversity of SussexBrightonUK

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