Introducing the Dirac-Milne universe

@inproceedings{Benoitlevy2012IntroducingTD,
  title={Introducing the Dirac-Milne universe},
  author={A. Benoit-levy and Gabriel Chardin},
  year={2012}
}
  • A. Benoit-levy, Gabriel Chardin
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • The ΛCDM standard model, although an excellent parametrization of the present cosmological data, contains two as yet unobserved components, dark matter and dark energy, that constitute more than 95% of the Universe. Faced with this unsatisfactory situation, we study an unconventional cosmology, the Dirac-Milne universe, a matter-antimatter symmetric cosmology, in which antimatter is supposed to present a negative active gravitational mass. The main feature of this cosmology is the linear… CONTINUE READING

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