Generally Covariant Duality and Tachyon of Cosmological Nature


In this work the concept of generally covariant duality is treated with the introduction of generalized Levi-Civita tensor within the framework of vierbein formalism. The equations for the attached Lorentz scalar fields are derived from vierbein postulate. It is shown that the masses of the associated particles including that with negative square mass are completely determined by Einstein’s cosmological constant.

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Duc, D. and Hoa, P. (2014) Generally Covariant Duality and Tachyon of Cosmological Nature. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 2106-2110. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.518206.

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