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|Forecasting cosmic doomsday from CMB-LSS cross-correlations.
|Garriga Torres, Jaume
Vachaspati, T. (Tanmay)
|The American Physical Society
|A broad class of dark energy models, which have been proposed in attempts at solving the cosmological constant problems, predict a late time variation of the equation of state with redshift. The variation occurs as a scalar field picks up speed on its way to negative values of the potential. The negative potential energy eventually turns the expansion into contraction and the local universe undergoes a big crunch. In this paper we show that cross-correlations of the cosmic microwave background anisotropy and matter distribution, in combination with other cosmological data, can be used to forecast the imminence of such cosmic doomsday.
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|Physical Review D, 2004, vol. 69, núm. 6, p. 063511-1-063511-11
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