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Cosmology without Big Bang on the basis of the Projective Unified Field Theory

 

Ernst Schmutzer, Jena

 

Abstract

The Projective Unified Field Theory (PUFT) having been developed by the author since 1957 is applied to a closed homogeneous isotropic cosmological model. A (new) conservation law for the scalaric substrate mass is postulated. This way PUFT leads to a new view on the concept of mass (Mach's principle). Detailed calculations show that the big bang singularity does not occur. Further the well known difficulties for the closed model (Hubble factor, age of the Universe etc.) disappear. Depending on the initial conditions different concrete models are possible. Since the mass density exhibits maxima after the cosmological big start, this fact could be of interest for the forming of galaxies and for other cosmogonic activities.


Bibliographical details:

Ernst Schmutzer: Cosmology without Big Bang on the basis of the Projective Unified Field Theory. In: Peter Brosche, Wolfgang R. Dick, Oliver Schwarz, Roland Wielen (Eds.): The Message of the Angles - Astrometry from 1798 to 1998. Proceedings of the International Spring Meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft, Gotha, May 11-15, 1998. (Acta Historica Astronomiae ; 3). Thun ; Frankfurt am Main : Deutsch, 1998, p. 259-265.