Calculating the Cosmological Constant, and a Minimal Time Step, for Our Present Universe. In Fidelity to the Topics Spoken as a Presenter in the Zeldovich 4 Conference, September 11, 2020
Journal of High Energy Physics Gravitation and Cosmology
The following is a rendition of what was presented by the author, September 11, 2020 in the DE section of that conference. The topics, while not original, are in strict fidelity with the topics the author was allowed to present in ICRANET Zeldovich 4, 2020. We present a history of the evolution of the cosmological constant "issue" starting with its introduction by Einstein for a static universe, which did not work out because his static universe solution to the Ricci Scalar problem, and GR was
... nd is UNSTABLE. Another model of the cosmological constant has a radius of the Universe specified which is proportional to one over the square root of the cosmological constant, whereas our idea is to use the matching of two spacetime first integrals, for isolating a nonperturbative cosmological constant solution right at the surface of the start of expansion of the universe, i.e. a phenomenological solution to the cosmological constant involves scaling of a radius of the PRESENT universe. Our presented idea is to instead solve the Cosmological constant at the surface of the initial space-time bubble, using the initially derived time step, delta t, as input for the Cosmological constant. As it is, the Zeldovich 4 Section I was in was for Dark Energy, so in solving the initial value of the Cosmological constant, I am giving backing to one of the models of DE as to why the Universe reaccelerates one billion years ago. We conclude as to a reference to a multiverse generalization of Penrose Cyclic Conformal Cosmology as input into the initial nonsingular space-time bubble.