Dark energy from gravitoelectromagnetic inflation?
FEDERICO AGUSTIN MEMBIELA; MAURICIO BELLINI
Il Nuovo Cimento B
Societá Italiana de Física
Lugar: Bologna; Año: 2008 vol. 123 p. 241 - 241
Gravitoectromagnetic Inflation (GI) was introduced to describe in a unified manner electromagnetic, gravitatory and inflaton fields from a 5D vacuum state. On the other hand, the primordial origin and evolution of dark energy is today unknown. In this paper we show using GI that the zero modes of some redefined vector fields Bi = Ai/a produced during inflation could be the source of dark energy in the Universe Bi = Ai/a roduced during inflation could be the source of dark energy in the Universe.