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http://arxiv.org/abs/1402.2158

Big Bang, Blowup, and Modular Curves: Algebraic Geometry in Cosmology

Yuri I. Manin, Matilde Marcolli

(Submitted on 10 Feb 2014 (v1), last revised 9 Jul 2014 (this version, v3))

We introduce some algebraic geometric models in cosmology related to the "boundaries" of space-time: Big Bang, Mixmaster Universe, Penrose's crossovers between aeons. We suggest to model the kinematics of Big Bang using the algebraic geometric (or analytic) blow up of a point x. This creates a boundary which consists of the projective space of tangent directions to x and possibly of the light cone of x. We argue that time on the boundary undergoes the Wick rotation and becomes purely imaginary. The Mixmaster (Bianchi IX) model of the early history of the universe is neatly explained in this picture by postulating that the reverse Wick rotation follows a hyperbolic geodesic connecting imaginary time axis to the real one. Penrose's idea to see the Big Bang as a sign of crossover from "the end of previous aeon" of the expanding and cooling Universe to the "beginning of the next aeon" is interpreted as an identification of a natural boundary of Minkowski space at infinity with the Big Bang boundary.

They suggest a model of the kinematics of Big Bang using the algebraic geometric (or analytic) blow up of a some point creating a projective space boundary of light cone in which time on the boundary undergoes the Wick rotation and becomes purely imaginary by postulating that the reverse Wick rotation follows a hyperbolic geodesic connecting imaginary time axis to the real one.

Well. Math is fun i guess (Exclusive to mathematicians)..

Big Bang, Blowup, and Modular Curves: Algebraic Geometry in Cosmology

Yuri I. Manin, Matilde Marcolli

(Submitted on 10 Feb 2014 (v1), last revised 9 Jul 2014 (this version, v3))

We introduce some algebraic geometric models in cosmology related to the "boundaries" of space-time: Big Bang, Mixmaster Universe, Penrose's crossovers between aeons. We suggest to model the kinematics of Big Bang using the algebraic geometric (or analytic) blow up of a point x. This creates a boundary which consists of the projective space of tangent directions to x and possibly of the light cone of x. We argue that time on the boundary undergoes the Wick rotation and becomes purely imaginary. The Mixmaster (Bianchi IX) model of the early history of the universe is neatly explained in this picture by postulating that the reverse Wick rotation follows a hyperbolic geodesic connecting imaginary time axis to the real one. Penrose's idea to see the Big Bang as a sign of crossover from "the end of previous aeon" of the expanding and cooling Universe to the "beginning of the next aeon" is interpreted as an identification of a natural boundary of Minkowski space at infinity with the Big Bang boundary.

They suggest a model of the kinematics of Big Bang using the algebraic geometric (or analytic) blow up of a some point creating a projective space boundary of light cone in which time on the boundary undergoes the Wick rotation and becomes purely imaginary by postulating that the reverse Wick rotation follows a hyperbolic geodesic connecting imaginary time axis to the real one.

Well. Math is fun i guess (Exclusive to mathematicians)..

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