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ΛCDM-model with δ-function

Author Yurov V. A., Chirikov R. V.
Pages 109-115
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Keywords standard model, cosmological constant, singularity
Abstract (summary) We study a dynamic model of a scalar field, the evolution of which leads to SFS-singularities. To estimate the characteristic SFS arrival time, we introduce a simplified model with the δ-function and use the weak anthropic principle. It is shown that our model predicts a rather soon appearance of the SFS-singularity.
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