Quantum Cosmology and Varying Physical Constants
AbstractThe main task of this review is to discuss quantum cosmology minisuperspace models based on the Wheeler–DeWitt equation, which apart from the standard matter and 3-geometry configuration degrees of freedom, allow those related to the variability of physical constants—varying speed of light (VSL) c and varying gravitational constant G. The tunneling probability of the universe “from nothing” to the Friedmann phase will be given for such varying constants minisuperspace models. View Full-Text
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Leszczyńska, Katarzyna. 2017. "Quantum Cosmology and Varying Physical Constants." Universe 3, no. 2: 46.
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