Nonconservation of baryons in cosmology—revisited
The concept of the steady-state universe discussed by Hoyle & Narlikar two decades ago is revived in the light of the present discussions of the phase transition in the early big-bang universe. It is shown that with suitable scaling the bubble universe solution bears a striking similarity to the inflationary scenarios being discussed today. The currently discussed idea of cosmic baldness was also anticipated in the C-field cosmology of the steady-state universe.
Volume 40 | Issue 5
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