AM  Vol.5 No.16 , September 2014
General Topology of the Universe
Abstract: General topology of the universe is described. It is concluded that topology of the present universe is greater or stronger than the topology of the universe in the past and topology of the future universe will be stronger or greater than the present topology of the universe. Consequently, the universe remains unbounded. The general topological approach comprises of powerful techniques that could prove to be useful to prescribe mathematical constraints on the global character of the universe as well as on the manifold of space-time.
Cite this paper: Pandya, A. (2014) General Topology of the Universe. Applied Mathematics, 5, 2442-2446. doi: 10.4236/am.2014.516235.

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