Professor Odintsov comments: "Possible future singularities have been studied in modified gravitation theory using dynamic system variables.We have shown that a dynamic system singularity is not always a physical singularity.A singularity could not occur, and the universe can become then infinitely develop, but for that it must be described by an alternative gravitation involving quadratic scalar variants, interestingly, this theory corresponds to the inflation theory of the KFU AstroChallenge project leader Alexei Starobinsky. "
Singularity is a state of The Universe is characterized by infinite curvature, Energy and gravity field strength. About 30 to 60 million years before the singularity, everything becomes plasma, and then the plasma itself disappears.
Odintsov et al. thinking about different scenarios of the death of the universe. The theory included four types of mathematical models of singularities and became quite popular among cosmologists.
Some catastrophic scenarios may include the Great Rift, during which the matter of the Universe and space-time are progressively torn apart by expansion. Odintsov and Oikonomou dedicated one of their earlier works to show how the big-rip models are associated with the accelerated expansion of the universe. Dark energy, which is believed to be the force of expansion, is still a great mystery to science.
With the current expansion dynamic, the universe could be on the verge of destruction in 30 to 40 billion years. 1
Kazan Federal University
Understanding space and time
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