Dark Universe and distribution of Matter as Quantum Imprinting: the Quantum Origin of Universe

Research paper by I. Licata, G. Iovane, L. Chiatti, E. Benedetto, F. Tamburini

Indexed on: 07 Oct '19Published on: 07 May '19Published in: arXiv - General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology


In this paper we analyze the Dark Matter problem and the distribution of matter through two different approaches, which are linked by the possibility that the solution of these astronomical puzzles should be sought in the quantum imprinting of the Universe. The first approach is based on a cosmological model formulated and developed in the last ten years by the first and third authors of this paper; the so-called Archaic Universe. The second approach was formulated by Rosen in 1933 by considering the Friedmann-Einstein equations as a simple one-dimensional dynamical system reducing the cosmological equations in terms of a Schroedinger equation. As an example, the quantum memory in cosmological dynamics could explain the apparently periodic structures of the Universe while Archaic Universe shows how the quantum phase concernts not only an ancient era of the Universe, but quantum facets permeating the entire Universe today.