HighEnergy Physics
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Gravitational Waves from a postinflationary inflationary regimeComments: 10 pages, 5 figures, talk presented at the Summer Institute of Southern Cross University, Maynooth, Ireland, February 2018
In this paper we study the gravitational wave spectrum of a postinflationary universe in a modified expansion, with a massive scalar particle in the phase space. In this case, the postinflationary universe undergoes a rapid expansion, which can be described by a cosmic string. The rapid expansion can be analyzed by the cosmological constant, which can be used to identify the postinflationary expansion. The expansion can be described by the cosmological constant, which can be used to identify the postinflationary expansion. The postinflationary expansion can be used to find the vacuum energy density for the inflationary universe. The vacuum energy density is calculated from the longwavelength part of the gravitational wave spectrum and the surface scattering amplitude of the gravitational waves. The results are compared with the results of the cosmological constant expansion, and it is found that the vacuum energy density is deviated from the expected value of the expected value for the postinflationary expansion. The result is that the vacuum energy density of postinflationary universe is similar to the vacuum energy density of the universe of a flat universe.
 [2] faKiv:1911.07258 [pdf]

Inflationary effects on the dark energy pathintegral in the context of the amplitude of the cosmic microwave background radiationComments: 5 pages, 1 figure, 1 table, 1 figure
We study the dynamics of the dark energy pathintegral in the context of the amplitude of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB), and find that the dark energy pathintegral evolves a nonperturbative behavior, which is in agreement with the observations.
 [3] faKiv:1911.07333 [pdf]

The Big Bang from the Planck dataComments: 11 pages, 2 figures
In the big bang theory the prediction of the Planck data is the first step towards the prediction of the cosmological constant. The Planck data shows that the Big Bang was a hot Big Bang. We obtain the Big Bang temperature in the Planck data and find that the Big Bang temperature is consistent with the Planck data.
 [4] faKiv:1911.07350 [pdf]

Eddyalgebras and the holographic analysis on the Euclidean GeometriComments: 23 pages, 12 figures
We study the holographic analysis of the Euclidean Geometri in three dimensions, and show that it is the HawkingEdisonRichardsonHiggs solution that is the only solution of the problem. In the limit of the Planck mass, the solutions of the holographic Analysis of the Eddyalgebras are of the type of the HawkingRichardsonHiggs solution in three spatial dimensions. We also describe the metric and the nonlinearities of the solutions. We find that the nonlinearities of the solutions are of the type of the black hole solution.
 [5] faKiv:1911.07366 [pdf]

The thermalization of a spatialwave background in the presence of a cosmological constantComments: 7 pages, 3 figures
The thermalization process of a localized interspatialwave background is studied by using a thermalization procedure which is based on the thermodynamic structure of the spacetime, and the solution of the Schr\"odinger equation. The thermalization process of a spatialwave background in the presence of a cosmological constant is studied by using a thermalization procedure which is based on the thermodynamic structure of the spacetime, and the solution of the Schr\"odinger equation.
 [6] faKiv:1911.07519 [pdf]

A cosmological model with a black hole in the backgroundComments: 8 pages
We study the cosmological model with a black hole in the background. We show that the black holes are not necessarily black and that the cosmological constant is always positive. We also show that the cosmological constant is always positive when the black hole is removed. We show that the cosmological constant can be reduced to the cfield in the background of the black holes.
 [7] faKiv:1911.07667 [pdf]

New systematic approach to the gravitywave signal from the cosmological constantComments: 15 pages, 2 figures, references added
We study the cosmological constant as a possible signal of gravitational waves. The main analytical method is to use the WilhemsYangMills formalism to find the cosmological constant. The analysis is based on a correspondence between the cosmological constant and the cosmic scale for the solution of the Einstein equation. The geometric model allows for a nonperturbative solution. The problem of the gravitational signal is solved in a systematic manner using fundamental properties of the classical volume, momentum, and energy of the gravitational waves.
 [8] faKiv:1911.07712 [pdf]

Dynamical BCDFs for nonperturbative holographic superconductivityComments: 12 pages, 2 figures
In this paper we study the dynamical BCDF for nonperturbative holographic superconductivity and show that it is just asymptotically stable in the presence of an external magnetic field. The BCDF is defined by a holographic superconductor and a nonperturbative superfield. The dynamical BCDF predicts a blank curve for the field diffusion constant. In contrast, the pointlike BCDF predicts a smooth curve for the diffusion coefficient. We also study the dynamics of the BCDF in the presence of an external magnetic field. We find that the BCDF is stable and that the exponents of the diffusion coefficient are determined by the nonperturbative and/or the perturbative gravitons. The dynamical BCDF provides a new way to compute the melting point of nonperturbative superconductivity in the presence of an external magnetic field.
 [9] faKiv:1911.07880 [pdf]

Cosmology with an arbitrary value of the energymomentum tensorComments: 9 pages, 7 figures
We consider a cosmological energymomentum tensor that is arbitrarily small for a given value of the scale factor. The exception is the case where the energymomentum tensor has one or more negative values, which implies that the universe is collapsing. We study the cosmological value of the energymomentum tensor and find that it is a cosmological constant. We discuss the need to define the energymomentum tensor in terms of the energymomentum tensor.
 [10] faKiv:1911.08096 [pdf]

Magnetic monopolesComments: 11 pages
We develop a systematic method to extract the magnetic monopoles of the Schwarzschild black hole in EinsteinGaussBonnet gravity in the presence of a strong magnetic field, in order to investigate their thermal behavior. The method combines the fourparticle gravitational model with the fourparticle U(1)Fermion model. The timedependent semiclassical effective action of the Planck mass is estimated and we find that it has a magnetic property.
 [11] faKiv:1911.08193 [pdf]

The $R^2$ gauge theoryComments: 15 pages, 2 figures, title changed
We study the $R^2$ gauge theory with a $SU(2)$ gauge group in the framework of the lowenergy limit and derive the equation of state for the vacuum expectation values of the gaugeinduced discontinuities. We find that the $R^2$ gauge theory admits two different classes of discontinuities. The first one is the differentialvaluedexpansionsymmetric one. The second one is the restrictedsymmetricexpansion one. In the restrictedsymmetricexpansion class, the gaugeinduced discontinuities disappear. In this case, we infer the $R^2$ gauge theory in the lowenergy limit.
 [12] faKiv:1911.08273 [pdf]

Astrophysical evidence for a special kind of black holeComments: 23 pages, no figures, typos corrected, some references added
We consider the black hole solution of Einstein's equations for a special kind of black hole, namely, the EinsteinRosenWeissGordon type. In this case, the solution is realized in the HiggsYangMills (Hyyn) phase of the underlying matter. We compute the Hyyn parameters and find that the Hyyn parameters are the same as those of the Higgs phase. The Hyyn parameters are the same as those of the Higgs phase, and we also find that the Hyyn parameters are the same as those of the Higgs phase.
 [13] faKiv:1911.08300 [pdf]

Determining an infinitedimensional Fermionic de Sitter space for noncommutative QFTsComments: 31 pages plus appendices
In this paper we study the question "does an infinitedimensional Fermionic de Sitter space exist?" We begin by exploring the definition of an infinitedimensional noncommutative QFT for the noncommutative finitedimension $D=2$ of the noncommutative Fermionic gauge group. We then use this definition to determine a finitedimensional finitedimensional de Sitter space with infinitedimensional noncommutative QFTs. We show that such a de Sitter space admits a nullenergy condition. This nullenergy condition is equivalent to the nullenergy condition of an infinitedimensional Fermionic gauge group. We then show that the finitedimensional de Sitter space is also the finitedimensional Fermionic gauge group.
 [14] faKiv:1911.08324 [pdf]

UnruhDeWitt detectors in gravityComments: 8 pages, 7 figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1707.05849
We discuss the unruhdeWitt (UN) detectors in gravity and investigate their properties. We show that the UN detectors in gravity are shown to be asymptotically asymptotically flat at the zerotemperature. We also show that the unruhdeWitt (UN) detectors in gravity are shown to be asymptotically asymptotically flat at the zerotemperature. We review the results of the study on the UN detectors in gravity and discuss further developments in the study of the inverse thermal insulator of the gravity theory.
 [15] faKiv:1911.08549 [pdf]

Multiloop BigBang models with noncompactified TeVscaleComments: 17 pages, 7 figures
We study the threeloop BigBang model with noncompactified TeVscale parameters in the presence of a noncompactified TeVscale scalar field. We derive a twoloop model in which the scalar field is absent from the spectrum. The model is constructed using the multiloop perturbative theory. We use the results to compute the results of the noncompactified TeVscale scalar field. We find that the parametric dependence of the scalar field on the black hole configuration of the BigBang model can be described by a coupling constant that is positive, negative or zero in a significant fractional way. The model is then able to sustain a single, invariant, $U(1)$ wavefunction, and a single, invariant, $U(1)$ wavefunction.
 [16] faKiv:1911.08615 [pdf]

A note on supersymmetric higherorder theories: from Kitaev to ZammComments: 17 pages, 10 figures; v2: references added, matches the published version
In this note we review the recent work of the author of the recently published KitaevZamm work on the linearized version of the KleinGordon theory, which explicitly deduces the supersymmetric QCD action. This is a secondorder theory formulated in terms of the dual ZammKlein theory. According to our review, the KitaevZamm theory is the only known model which can be used to obtain the supersymmetric higherorder theories, which show a strong correspondence with the canonical theories of the Kitaev and Zamm groups. We proceed by briefly discussing the implications of our method for the generalization of KitaevZamm theories to higherorder theories containing supersymmetric fields.
 [17] faKiv:1911.08659 [pdf]

Introduction to the justso story of the cosmological constant: an introduction to the justso storyComments: 7 pages, no figure. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1603.03067
We explain how the latest and most rigorous calculations of the cosmological constant far exceed the number of known cosmological constants, and suggest that the actual quantity of the cosmological constant is therefore much smaller than originally thought. We discuss the situation in a twoparticular way. First, we review the recent progress in the search for new values of the cosmological constant. Second, we discuss the possible causes of the increase in the cosmological constant.
 [18] faKiv:1911.08666 [pdf]

Bunch and Ray Numbers in Black Hole Evaporation and CalculationsComments:
We study the behavior of all kinds of BangbangRayMills (BBRMs) in black hole evaporation in the presence of a cosmic string. We study the BBRM equations in the presence of a cosmic string, finding that the BBRM equation is a Bparameterized equation of motion in the vicinity of the black hole horizon. In addition, we find that the Ray Numbers (RN) in the black hole are proportional to the spacetime coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon. The resulting equations of motion for a BBRM are given by the Bparameterized version of the Bparameterized equation of motion from the Bparameterized Bparameterized equation of motion. Moreover, we identify the BBRM reaction time and find that it is proportional to the spacetime coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon. We also consider the properties of the BBRM reaction time in the presence of a cosmic string, finding that the BBRM reaction time is proportional to the spacetime coordinates that are oriented perpendicular to the black hole horizon.
 [19] faKiv:1911.08746 [pdf]

The vector field of a quarkgluon plasmaComments: 27 pages, 8 figures
In this paper, we study the vector field of a quarkgluon plasma by numerical calculations. We use the QCD soliton to study the vector field of the plasma quark. We show that the vector field of the quarkgluon plasma is enriched as a function of the quarkgluon plasma mass and is stable under the presence of the quarkgluon plasma mass. We also analyze the probable dispersion structure of the vector field in the presence of the quarkgluon plasma mass. The dispersion structure of the vector field is dominated by the radial direction, which is the direction of the dispersal of the quarkgluon plasma. It is possible to find the vector field of the quarkgluon plasma by using the QCD soliton method.
 [20] faKiv:1911.08798 [pdf]

A local Lorentzian gravity model with minimal gravity coupling and nonlinearityRene Schultka, Ji Gajar, Juan Jose G. Padilla, Rafael G. Reichert, Oliver R. Schafer, Matej M. SajakComments: 16 pages, 5 figures
We study the phenomenon of local Lorentzian gravity in the presence of minimal gravity coupling and nonlinearity. We show that the local Lorentzian solution for $SU(2)$ scalar fields can be constructed in the presence of nonlinearity as the classicallike solution of the Einstein equations, while the local Lorentzian solution is constructed through the use of the nonlinearity that can be removed by the removal of the minimal gravity coupling. This shows that the local Lorentzian solution for a model with minimal gravity coupling can be constructed without the need for the inclusion of gravity and gravity can be realized in the presence of minimal gravity coupling.