Holographic Origin of Missing Mass and Cosmological Constant Related to Mass Defect in Semiclosed Friedman Universe

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Abstract

A holographic origin of missing mass and extremely high value of Einstein’s cosmological constant Λ ~ 10122 in quantum cosmology, compared to observational data 0 Λ ≤ 1, is sought and related to extremely large relativistic mass defect of gravitional semiclosure of Friedman universe joined to an asymptotically flat outer space.

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Hokkyo, N. (2014) Holographic Origin of Missing Mass and Cosmological Constant Related to Mass Defect in Semiclosed Friedman Universe. Open Access Library Journal, 1, 1-3. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1101233.

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