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Paper: Quasi-Steady State Cosmology
Volume: 413, 2nd Crisis in Cosmology Conference, CCC-2
Page: 164
Authors: Vishwakarma, R. G.
Abstract: Unlike the standard big bang cosmology (SBBC), the early steady state cosmology was falsifiable, and indeed was falsified. However, developments of a quasi-steady state cosmology (QSSC) have become increasingly successful. The QSSC is a cyclic model of the universe driven by a negative energy scalar field, which has its origin in the primary creation process first described by Hoyle and Narlikar forty years ago. The cyclic nature of the model provides a natural link between the origin of the CMB (arising in hydrogen burning in stars), the origin of the lightest nuclei, and explosive events taking place in the nuclei of galaxies.
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