Gravity , Relic Coherent Gravitons and Optical Chaos

@inproceedings{Crowell2014GravityR,
  title={Gravity , Relic Coherent Gravitons and Optical Chaos},
  author={Lawrence B. Crowell and Christian Corda},
  year={2014}
}
We discuss the production of massive relic coherent gravitons in a particular class of f(R) gravity, which arises from string theory, and their possible imprint in the Cosmic Microwave Background. In fact, in the very early Universe, these relic gravitons could have acted as slow gravity waves. They may have then acted to focus the geodesics of radiation and matter. Therefore, their imprint on the later evolution of the Universe could appear as filaments and a domain wall in the Universe today… CONTINUE READING

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