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|Title:||A THEORY OF RELATIVITY FOR GLOBAL COSMOLOGY|
|Publisher:||UNIV TORONTO PRESS INC|
|Citation:||PHYSICS ESSAYS, 8(1), 3-9|
|Abstract:||A special case of the general class of Lie-isotropic theories introduced by Santilli is developed for global cosmology. It is found that the Robertson model is not valid for the initial phase of the universe, and the electromagnetic equations deduced after choosing a suitable Lagrangian reveal the explicit interaction of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields.|
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