JMP  Vol.2 No.10 , October 2011
Oscillating Universe
Author(s) Gerhard Lessner
It is pointed out that the inflationary flat Λ-CDM-model coming out from a big bang seems to be inconsistent. An alternative model based on previous work by the author is outlined. It starts with a geometrical phase transition in Minkowski space where the source of the gravitational field is a Higgs-like scalar field φ. After the phase transition space-time is a contracting anti-deSitter space. Matter and radiation are created over a very long period of about 30 billion years from the gravitational energy. About 44 billion years after the phase transition the universe runs through a nonsingular minimum.

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nullG. Lessner, "Oscillating Universe," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 10, 2011, pp. 1099-1103. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.210135.
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