Asymptotic freedom in inflationary cosmology with a non-minimally coupled Higgs field
We consider the renormalization group improvement in the theory of the Standard Model Higgs boson playing the role of an inflaton with a strong non-minimal coupling to gravity.
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#1 Dec 4, 2009
It would be unlikely to see this in the British or American press.
The inflationary phase of the early universe may be because of the Higgs boson field, but what about the initial singularity. Some other explanation is needed.
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