3.1 SingularitiesComputational Cosmology: from the Early 2.2 Successes of the Standard

3 Relativistic Cosmology 

This section is organized to track the chronological events in the history of the early or relativistic Universe; we focus mainly on four defining moments in our current understanding of the classical picture: 1) the Big Bang singularity and the dynamics of the very early Universe; 2) inflation and its generic nature; 3) QCD phase transitions; and 4) primordial nucleosynthesis and the freeze-out of the light elements. The late or post-recombination epoch is reserved to a separate section § 4 .





3.1 SingularitiesComputational Cosmology: from the Early 2.2 Successes of the Standard

image Computational Cosmology: from the Early Universe to the Large Scale Structure
Peter Anninos
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