Nature of cosmological time: from the macroscopic equations of general relativity to quantum microscopic dynamics

Aleksandr Bukalov


The application of the principles of the cosmological model with superconductivity to the equations of general relativity makes it possible to describe the macroscopic dynamics of the evolution of the Universe through coherent dynamics on microscopic Planck scales. It is obtained a hierarchical system of equations, showing how the parameter of cosmological time depends on the microscopic dynamics of fermions at the Fermi surface for the Planck crystal-like structure of space-time.


superconducting cosmology; gravitation; time; fermions; dark energy; general relativity

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