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Cosmic hierarchical length scales and the information bridges between them. The field equations of General Relativity and, analogously, the constitutive equations of the cosmic fabric dominate continuum length scale (2). The effects of dark matter are directly observed at the structure length scale (3). The structures at length scales (3) and (4) contribute the <math>\bar{\mathcal{L}}</math> terms to the action equation, while length scale (1) contributes the <math>\mathcal{L}_\text{M}</math> term. The effects of structure at length scales below and above the continuum length scale, are accounted for by the Lagrangian terms <math>\bar{\mathcal{L}}</math> and <math>\mathcal{L}_\text{F}</math> within the Einstein-Hilbert action.
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== Cosmic Fabric Model of space ==
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== Inherent Structure Hypothesis ==
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== Numerical Simulations of Inherent Curvature ==
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Contents

Overview

Cosmic hierarchical length scales and the information bridges between them. The field equations of General Relativity and, analogously, the constitutive equations of the cosmic fabric dominate continuum length scale (2). The effects of dark matter are directly observed at the structure length scale (3). The structures at length scales (3) and (4) contribute the \bar{\mathcal{L}} terms to the action equation, while length scale (1) contributes the \mathcal{L}_\text{M} term. The effects of structure at length scales below and above the continuum length scale, are accounted for by the Lagrangian terms \bar{\mathcal{L}} and \mathcal{L}_\text{F} within the Einstein-Hilbert action.


Tutorials

Research

Cosmic Fabric Model of space

Inherent Structure Hypothesis

Numerical Simulations of Inherent Curvature

References

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