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Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Hairy inflation (and Black Holes)

Presented by Sugumi Kanno, University of Durham

14 November 2008 13:00 in CM221

I present a hairy inflationary scenario. It is shown that the
universe undergoes anisotropic inflationary expansion due to a preferred direction determined by a vector. I discuss possible observable predictions of this scenario. In the end, I will discuss hairy black holes which might be related to superconductivity.

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