Limits of time in cosmology

@inproceedings{Rugh2016LimitsOT,
  title={Limits of time in cosmology},
  author={Svend Erik Rugh and Henrik Zinkernagel},
  year={2016}
}
We provide a discussion of some main ideas in our project about the physical foundation of the time concept in cosmology. It is standard to point to the Planck scale (located at ∼ 10 seconds after a fictitious “Big Bang” point) as a limit for how far back we may extrapolate the standard cosmological model. In our work we have suggested that there are several other (physically motivated) interesting limits – located at least thirty orders of magnitude before the Planck time – where the physical… CONTINUE READING

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