physical domains in the prior to the present universe, as to preserve the operational continuity of physical law, as will be discussed in the conclusion.

5. Conclusions, i.e. Examination of the Following Information Exchange from a Prior to the Present Universe, in Light of the Incredibly Rapid Transition Implied by Reference [5] so as to Reconcile Transfer of Information Bits for i n i t i a l [ t i n i t i a l t P l a n c k ] as Far as Initial Values of the Plancks Constant Are Concerned

The key point is that we wish to determine what is a minimum amount of information bits/attendant entropy values needed for transmission of initial [ t initial t Planck ] . If we specify a mass of about 1060 grams per graviton, then to get at least one photon, and if we use photons as a way of “encapsulating” initial [ t initial t Planck ] , then to first order, we need about 1012 gravitons/entropy units (each graviton, in the beginning being designated as one “carrier container” of information for one unit of initial [ t initial t Planck ] ). If as an example, as calculated by Beckwith [8] (2009) that there were about 1021 gravitons introduced during the onset of inflaton , this means a minimum copy of about one billion initial [ t initial t Planck ] information packets being introduced from a prior universe, to our present universe, i.e. more than enough to insure introducing enough copies of initial [ t initial t Planck ] to insure continuity of physical processes.

The dynamics of ϕ ˙ 2 V SUSY actually gives us a clue as to how this is possible, i.e. to use, due to the brevity of time interval, the equivalent of quantum teleportation between both sides of the causal barrier, to insure continuity of physical processes, along the lines of [9] . Note that we are doing this even while maintaining fidelity with respect to [10] .

In other words, only enough information between both sides of the causal barrier would be swapped as to insure the continuity of physical processes, and this would be commensurate with an inquiry as to issues we will bring up next.

In order to have a positive inflaton, we would need to satisfy [4] having

ϕ > 0 iff 8 π G V 0 γ ( 3 γ 1 ) δ t > 1 . (16)

This Equation (16) has to be taken in light of preserving also, ϕ ˙ 2 V SUSY , as given in Equation (12).

This also is the same condition for which we would have to have visc, i.e. the viscosity of the initial spherical starting point for expansion, nonzero as well as reviewing the issues as of [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] .

Whereas how we do it may allow for the Corda references [12] [14] to be experimentally investigated. Finally the Abbot articles of [13] [15] must be adhered to.

Acknowledgements

This work is supported in part by National Nature Science Foundation of China grant No. 11375279.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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