Cosmology with three interacting spin-2 fields

@inproceedings{Luben2016CosmologyWT,
  title={Cosmology with three interacting spin-2 fields},
  author={Marvin Luben and Yashar Akrami and Luca Amendola and Adam R. Solomon},
  year={2016}
}
Theories of massive gravity with one or two dynamical metrics generically lack stable and observationally viable cosmological solutions that are distinguishable from $\mathrm{\ensuremath{\Lambda}}$ cold dark matter (CDM). We consider an extension to trimetric gravity, with three interacting spin-2 fields which are not plagued by the Boulware-Deser ghost. We systematically explore every combination with two free parameters in search of background cosmologies that are competitive with $\mathrm… CONTINUE READING

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