A model of eternal accelerated expansion without particle horizon

Research paper by Zi-Liang Wang, Jian-Bo Deng

Indexed on: 31 Dec '15Published on: 31 Dec '15Published in: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology


In our previous paper \cite{8}, we proposed a cosmological model from the emergence of space, which possesses a significant character of evaluating the vacuum energy from the Hubble constant and the age of universe. And one problem of this model is that there is no inflation in the early universe. In this paper, we aim at resolving this problem which leads us to a rather surprising conclusion that our cosmological model can avoid the horizon and flatness problems.