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Cosmology as a search for overall equilibrium

AuthorsBarceló, Carlos
KeywordsGeneral Relativity and Quantum Cosmology
Cosmological models
Vacuum energy
Einstein Universe
Issue Date16-Nov-2006
CitationJETP Lett. 84 (2007) 635-639
AbstractIn this letter we will revise the steps followed by A. Einstein when he first wrote on cosmology from the point of view of the general theory of relativity. We will argue that his insightful line of thought leading to the introduction of the cosmological constant in the equations of motion has only one weakness: The constancy of the cosmological term, or what is the same, its independence of the matter content of the universe. Eliminating this feature, I will propose what I see as a simple and reasonable modification of the cosmological equations of motion. The solutions of the new cosmological equations give place to a cosmological model that tries to approach the Einstein static solution. This model shows very appealing features in terms of fitting current observations.
Description9 pages, 1 figure.-- The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com.
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