Solution of a problem of cosmological constant and superconductive cosmology
Keywords:cosmological constant, energy of vacuum, cosmology
The description of formation of primary vacuum on Planck scales, with the use of the microscopic theory of superconductivity, allows to solve a problem of a cosmological constant and to obtain the value of the vacuum density, coinciding with the observed one. It is offered the new model of exponential expansion and the hot stage of the Universe, in which the synchronization of physical processes and the maintenance of uniformity occurs during each moment of time, instead of single-pass, as in inflationary cosmology.
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