The Archaic Universe: Big Bang, Cosmological Term and the Quantum Origin of Time in Projective Cosmology

  title={The Archaic Universe: Big Bang, Cosmological Term and the Quantum Origin of Time in Projective Cosmology},
  author={I. Licata and L. Chiatti},
  journal={International Journal of Theoretical Physics},
  • I. Licata, L. Chiatti
  • Published 2009
  • Physics
  • International Journal of Theoretical Physics
  • This article proposes some cosmological reflections at the qualitative and conjectural level, suggested by the Fantappié-Arcidiacono projective relativity theory. The difference will firstly be discussed between two types of singularity in this theory: geometric (de Sitter horizon) and physical (big bang, big crunch). The reasons for the existence of geometric singularities are deeply rooted in the principle of inertia and in the principle of relativity, while physical singularities are… CONTINUE READING
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