According to the wikipedia page on Horava Lifshitz gravity , the value of c(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

"Also, the speed of light has an infinite value at high energies."

This seems very interesting. In Horava cosmology its common to see bounce solutions, so what happens to the speed of light as one is on the other side of the bounce? Doe sit go infinite at the bounce and then back to finite?

Also I note that the well known BGV theroem for a past finite universe by Borde Guth Vielnkin, they seem to base their argument based on the idea that in a finite time a hypothetical observer reaches c. If Horava gravity is used then assuming wiki has it right, then this theorem should be violated. Is that right?

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# Horava Lifshitz gravity and c

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