Monday, January 31, 2005

Preprints

Aloisio et al. review tests for quantum gravity based on observations of high energy particles.

Diemand et al. use supercomputer simulations of the concordance model to argue that the first structures formed have Earth mass and Solar System size. Such structures are stable enough to have survived and there should be 1e15 within the Galactic Halo with one passing through the Solar System every few thousand years.

Keywords: quantum gravity, dark matter, cosmology

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