Scalar–Tensor–Vector Modified Gravity in Light of the Planck 2018 Data

@article{Moffat2021ScalarTensorVectorMG,
  title={Scalar–Tensor–Vector Modified Gravity in Light of the Planck 2018 Data},
  author={John W. Moffat and V. Toth},
  journal={Universe},
  year={2021}
}
The recent data release by the Planck satellite collaboration presents a renewed challenge for modified theories of gravitation. Such theories must be capable of reproducing the observed angular power spectrum of the cosmic microwave background radiation. For modified theories of gravity, an added challenge lies in the fact that standard computational tools do not readily accommodate the features of a theory with a variable gravitational coupling coefficient. An alternative is to use less… 
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