• Physics
  • Published 2014

Modified Einstein-Cartan Gravity and its Implications for Cosmology

@inproceedings{Lu2014ModifiedEG,
  title={Modified Einstein-Cartan Gravity and its Implications for Cosmology},
  author={Wei Lu},
  year={2014}
}
We propose a modification of Einstein-Cartan gravity equations. The modified cosmology departs from the standard model of cosmology for small Hubble parameter. A characteristic Hubble scale h0, which is intrinsically related to cosmological constant, marks the boundary between the validity domains of the standard model of cosmology and modified cosmology. For large Hubble parameter, the standard model of cosmology is restored. In the opposite limit of small Hubble parameter, which is the case… CONTINUE READING

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