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On the Plausible Applications of Planck Scale Hubble Parameter in Cosmology

U. V. S. Seshavatharam, S. Lakshminarayana


In this article, we define Hubble parameter associated with Planck scale as Hpl ≈√(c5/) ≈1.854925×1043 sec-1 and explore the plausible application of [1 + ln(Hpl/H0)] in big bang and cosmology. We use c as the initial cosmic expansion speed and V0 ≈ (√[1 + ln(Hpl/H0)])c ≈ 11.885c as the current cosmic expansion speed and H0-1 as the current cosmic age to estimate cosmic acceleration, cosmic distance and lambda term which may be expressed as Λ0c2H02/V04. With further research, one may understand galactic red shifts, galactic receding speeds and Hubble’s law.

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