Novel Way Of Explaining The Theory Of The Expansion Of The Universe In The Absence Of Dark Energy
  • Author(s): Alex Francisco Estupiñán López ; David A. Pedrozo L. ; Fabian A. Barajas C.
  • Paper ID: 1701427
  • Page: 356-360
  • Published Date: 05-08-2019
  • Published In: Iconic Research And Engineering Journals
  • Publisher: IRE Journals
  • e-ISSN: 2456-8880
  • Volume/Issue: Volume 3 Issue 1 July-2019
Abstract

In this work, a new theory is shown in which the approach that leads to this would be relatively easier to demonstrate experimentally. In this theory, we propose that we should carefully observe the fundamental forces and constants of the universe, since the answer to the problem of the behavior of expansion of the universe, may lie in the functioning of these fundamental forces and constants. We currently take as the fundamental forces; they carry with them constant values assigned to these forces, as for example the constant of universal gravitation, the electric constant, etc. Despite this, a doubt arises in our knowledge and is: What would happen in the event that these constants that we usually take as fixed values were variable, but with constant "patterns" throughout certain periods of space-time (on a cosmological scale)?. In this article we can take as a point of reference the fundamental forces that we have as concepts today, which would be the electromagnetic force, the gravitational force, the strong and weak nuclear force, however we deal with gravity as if it were a property of the matter instead of a fundamental force, the constants related to the fundamental forces, even the same speed of light, can change depending on the place where they are measured, the scale and the conditions in which these measurements are realized. For this reason, that we propose the possibility of undergoing certain changes as they advance on a reference scale with respect to time and space, based on this we propose an alternative to dark energy (theory of the modified gravity MOG) arguing how, from tiny changes in the values of these fundamental forces would appropriately justify inflation of the early universe, the subsequent deceleration and the acceleration that we show today of the universe. (Dark matter, dark energy, expansion of the universe, theory of modified gravity MOG, early universe.)

Citations

IRE Journals:
Alex Francisco Estupiñán López , David A. Pedrozo L. , Fabian A. Barajas C. "Novel Way Of Explaining The Theory Of The Expansion Of The Universe In The Absence Of Dark Energy" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 3 Issue 1 2020 Page 356-360

IEEE:
Alex Francisco Estupiñán López , David A. Pedrozo L. , Fabian A. Barajas C. "Novel Way Of Explaining The Theory Of The Expansion Of The Universe In The Absence Of Dark Energy" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 3(1)