Submissions from K. P. C. Verbaarschot

[1]  faKiv:1912.08777 [pdf]
Black hole data analysis: the Perturbed Universe Hypothesis
Comments: 19 pages, 3 figures, minor changes

In this article we will analyse the data for the perturbed universe hypothesis (PQH). The perturbed universe hypothesis proposes that the expansion of the universe is subject to the perturbative corrections of the matter fields. For the case of an expanding universe, the perturbative corrections are given by a perturbative correction at the Planck scale. We will show that the PQH correction is found to be a function of the perturbative corrections at the Planck scale. We will show that the PQH correction is linear in the Planck scale. This will imply that the perturbed universe is a real time black hole with a real time horizon. We will also show that the perturbed universe is a real time black hole with a real time horizon. We will compare this result with that from the perturbed space theory. A comparison with the previous results of the PQH correction shows that the perturbed space theory has the advantage of being consistent with the Planck correction, while the perturbed space theory has the disadvantage of being inconsistent with the Planck correction.

[2]  faKiv:1912.08858 [pdf]
The orbit of a two-dimensional wavefunction on a 3-dimensional $SU(2)$ metric
Comments: 17 pages, 1 figure

We study the periodic zeta values of two dimensional wavefunction in three dimensions on a 3-dimensional $SU(3)$ metric using the Boulud-Yukawa-Singer equations. While the conformal data are shown to be in the same plane as the 3d data, the non-conformal data are shown to be in the same plane as the 3d data. We show that the predicted constants for the orbit of the wavefunction are identical to the regular wavefunction in the 2d data.