Expansion rate of the universe as a consequence of nonmetricity field fluctuations
(1) Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Moscow State University of Printing Arts Pryanishnikova St. 2a, Moscow 127550, Russia
We discuss the physical meaning of the nonmetricity vector. A relationship between the time derivative of the nonmetricity vector and the Hubble constant is revealed. On the basis of a solution to the equation for the nonmetricity field, it is concluded that the expansion rate of the Universe is different at different points of the Universe. This process can be a cause of the large-scale inhomogeneity of the Universe.
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