de Rham, Claudia

Claudia de Rham
Imperial College London
Blackett Laboratory, South Kensington
London SW7 2AZ UK

ArXiv (84 articles)

We’re coming up with such a ridiculous answer that it really forces us to reinvestigate every single assumption that we made along the way to get there.” – Claudia de Rham, Quanta Magazine, The Physicist Who Slayed Gravity’s Ghosts, by Thomas Lewton, August 2020

First email: Nov 12, 2020, 5:47 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Claudia de Rham:

If the answers are so ridiculous, why not try a ridiculously simple model? Why not start with Max Planck’s base units and assume a cold start and the emergence of a primordial sphere seemingly ex nihilo. That would be one plancksphere per plancksecond and, of course, at that rate per second
a rather astronomical expansion would be underway.

Last month I wrote this up:
Right now, I am working here: 
That quote of yours is on that page! Now, I realize that such a model is rather pedestrian because it is too simple, embarrassingly so.
Might you comment?
Thank you.


PS. On your homepage, you might consider changing the link
embedded with these words: “See inSpires for a list of publications” which goes to a generic search page to this one: which goes to your page.  –BEC