Fermionic origin of dark energy in the inflationary universe from Unified Spinor Fields
MARCOS R. A. ARCODÍA; MAURICIO BELLINI
PHYSICA SCRIPTA - (Print)
IOP PUBLISHING LTD
Lugar: Londres; Año: 2020 vol. 95 p. 35303 - 35303
In this work we explore the boundary conditions in the Einstein-Hilbert action, by considering a displacement from the Riemannian manifold to an extended one. The latter is characterized by including spinor fields into the quantum geometric description of a noncommutative spacetime. These fields are defined on the background spacetime, emerging from the expectation value of the quantum structure of spacetime generated by matrices that comply with a Clifford algebra. We demonstrate that spinor fields are candidate to describe all known interactions in physics, with gravitation included. In this framework we demonstrate that the cosmological constant $Lambda$, is originated exclusively by massive fermion fields that would be the primordial components of dark energy, during the inflationary expansion of an universe that describes a de Sitter expansion.