# The standard cosmological model

@article{Scott2005TheSC, title={The standard cosmological model}, author={Douglas Scott}, journal={Canadian Journal of Physics}, year={2005}, volume={84}, pages={419-435} }

The Standard Model of Particle Physics (SMPP) is an enormously successful description of high-energy physics, driving ever more precise measurements to find "physics beyond the standard model", as ...

## 14 Citations

The Derivation of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation Peak Spectral Radiance, Planck Time, and the Hubble Constant from the Neutron and Hydrogen

- Physics
- 2016

Purpose: The cosmic microwave background radiation, CMB, is fundamental to observational cosmology, and is believed to be a remnant from the Big Bang. The CMB, Planck time, tP, and the Hubble…

Search for Scalar Top Quarks in Final States with Two Hadronically Decaying Tau Leptons ( Suche nach skalaren Top-Quarks in Endzuständen mit zwei hadronisch zerfallenden Tau-Leptonen )

- Physics
- 2017

Supersymmetry can resolve several shortcomings of the Standard Model, one of them being the hierarchy problem. Due to its large contribution to radiative corrections of the Higgs boson mass, the top…

Geodesics in the Kerr-Newman anti de Sitter Spacetimes

- Physics
- 2017

In this work, the geodesic equations of motion of a test particle in the Kerr-Newman (KN) anti de Sitter spacetimes are presented in the light of the Hamiltonian-Jacobi formalism. We have examined,…

Tilted physics: A cosmologically dipole-modulated sky

- Physics
- 2011

Physical constants and cosmological parameters could vary with position. On the largest scales such variations would manifest themselves as gradients across our Hubble volume, leading to dipole…

Does a Theory of Everything Exist?

- Physics, Education
- 2020

This analysis, after defining requirements (which must include initial conditions), identifies four possible options for a Theory of Everything, and explains how theories define relationships between spacetime, quantum space, quantum time, and quantum gravity.

Hidden Dimensions Hypotheses

- Physics
- 2014

Galileo introduced
the scientific method, based on observation of natural phenomena, their interpretation
and validation on the base of verified results. Albert Einstein broke the
pattern of…

p‐Adic and Adelic Cosmology: p‐Adic Origin of Dark Energy and Dark Matter

- Physics
- 2006

A brief review of p‐adic and adelic cosmology is presented. In particular, p‐adic and adelic aspects of gravity, classical cosmology, quantum mechanics, quantum cosmology and the wave function of the…

Discovering Nature’s Hidden Relationships, an Unattainable Goal?

- Physics
- 2014

Discovering hidden relationships, relationships that may reveal the secrets of nature, is a difficult if not impossible goal. This is primarily because the models of the two worlds, the Standard…

Induced CMB quadrupole from pointing offsets

- Physics, Geology
- 2011

Recent claims in the literature have suggested that the WMAP quadrupole is not primordial in origin, and arises from an aliasing of the much larger dipole field because of incorrect satellite…

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