Special Issue "Hubble Law and the Universe Evolution"

A special issue of Symmetry (ISSN 2073-8994). This special issue belongs to the section "Physics".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2023) | Viewed by 871

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Joint Institute of High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Izhorskaya Str. 13 build 2, Moscow 125412, Russia
Interests: statistical physics; plasma theory; cosmology and the universe evolution; epidemic spread theory
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Dear Colleagues,

Despite a quite long history of research into various mechanisms, the Hubble law is the main experimentally verified cornerstone for the universe evolution. The observations and models for this topic are still far from being completed. Research still delivers new, interesting, and often unexpected results. This Special Issue is intended to provide a forum for sharing recent advances and discuss new results in a very broad context of various models for Hubble law and the related problems for universe evolution. The topics covered include but are not limited to alternative concepts of dark energy and dark matter, models of antigravity, baryon asymmetry, local velocities distributions, inhomogeneity of the universe, etc. Experimental results, numerical simulations, and theoretical developments are all welcome.

Prof. Dr. Sergey Trigger
Guest Editor

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  • hubble law
  • universe evolution
  • gravitational repulsion and antiparticles
  • baryon symmetry of the universe
  • large scale flatness of the universe

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Multiverse as an Ensemble of Stable and Unstable Universes
Symmetry 2023, 15(2), 473; https://doi.org/10.3390/sym15020473 - 10 Feb 2023
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Estimates of the Higgs and top quark masses, mH125.10±0.14 [GeV] and mt172.76±0.30 [GeV], based on the experimental result place the Standard Model in the region of the metastable vacuum. A consequence of the [...] Read more.
Estimates of the Higgs and top quark masses, mH125.10±0.14 [GeV] and mt172.76±0.30 [GeV], based on the experimental result place the Standard Model in the region of the metastable vacuum. A consequence of the metastability of the Higgs vacuum is that it should induce the decay of the electroweak vacuum in the early Universe with catastrophic consequences. It may happen that certain universes were lucky enough to survive the time of canonical decay, that is the exponential decay, and live longer. This means that it is reasonable to analyze conditions allowing for that. We analyze the properties of an ensemble of universes with unstable vacua considered as an ensemble of unstable systems from the point of view of the quantum theory of unstable states. We found some symmetry relations for quantities characterizing the metastable state. We also found a relation linking the decay rate Γ of the metastable vacuum state with the Hubble parameter H(t), which may help to explain why a universe with an unstable vacuum that lives longer then the canonical decay times does not necessarily decay. Full article
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