By Antonio Alfonso-Faus
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The constraint from LSS can be written as (Peacock, 1999): ( Ωm0 h )apparent = ( Ωm0 h )true (36) Xboost Ωm0 is the mass density in units of the critical density ρc = 3H02/8πG; H0 is the Hubble constant; h is the Hubble constant in units of 100 km s−1Mpc−1. 016. For consistency we make the same assumption as in ref. (Cole, 2005) on the index of the primordial power spectrum (n = 1). 3 Global consistency The various tests we have described in the previous sections must be satisfied together, so we must check for the global compatibility of the constraints when applied to SSC.
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In these attempts space-time is often treated as a sort of field even though a subtle contradiction is implied. Fields need a background (space-time) to be described: what would the background of space-time be? Nobody has found a way out of this puzzle, at the moment. I will not tackle directly the fundamental aspects of the problem; rather, I shall start from a simple remark. There is another branch of physics, classical physics, where a fully geometrical description is given: this is the theory of three-dimensional material continua and in particular the theory of elasticity.
Aspects of Today´s Cosmology by Antonio Alfonso-Faus