Matter sources for a null big bang

We consider the properties of stress-energy tensors compatible with a null big bang, i.e., cosmological evolution starting from a Killing horizon rather than a singularity. For Kantowski-Sachs cosmologies, it is shown that if matter satisfies the null energy condition, then (i) regular cosmological evolution can only start from a Killing horizon, (ii) matter is absent at the horizon and (iii) matter can only appear in the cosmological region due to interaction with vacuum. The latter is understood phenomenologically as a fluid whose stress tensor is insensitive to boosts in a particular direction. We also argue that matter is absent in a static region beyond the horizon. All this generalizes the observations recently obtained for a mixture of dust and a vacuum fluid. If, however, we admit the existence of phantom matter, its certain special kinds (with the parameter w ≤ -3) are consistent with a null big bang without interaction with vacuum (or without vacuum fluid at all). Then in the static region there is matter with w ≥ -1/3. Alternatively, the evolution can begin from a horizon in an infinitely remote past, leading to a scenario combining the features of a null big bang and an emergent universe. © 2008 IOP Publishing Ltd.

Авторы
Bronnikov K.A. 1, 2 , Zaslavskii O.B.3
Номер выпуска
10
Язык
Английский
Статус
Опубликовано
Номер
105015
Том
25
Год
2008
Организации
  • 1 Center for Gravitation and Fundamental Metrology, VNIIMS, 46 Ozyornaya St., Moscow 119361, Russian Federation
  • 2 Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, 6 Miklukho-Maklaya St., Moscow 117198, Russian Federation
  • 3 Astronomical Institute of Kharkov, V N Karazin National University, Ukraine, Svoboda Square 4, Kharkov 61077, Ukraine
Дата создания
19.10.2018
Дата изменения
19.10.2018
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https://repository.rudn.ru/ru/records/article/record/3102/
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