On the standard model of cosmology:
Thomas Buchert, Juergen Ehlers, Averaging inhomogeneous Newtonian cosmologies, Astron. Astrophys.320:1-7, 1997 (arXiv:astro-ph/9510056)
Thomas Buchert, On average properties of inhomogeneous cosmologies, Gen.Rel.Grav.9:306-321, 2000 (arXiv:gr-qc/0001056)
Thomas Buchert, Julien Larena, Jean-Michel Alimi, Correspondence between kinematical backreaction and scalar field cosmologies - the ‘morphon field’, Class. Quant. Grav.23:6379-6408, 2006 (arXiv:gr-qc/0606020)
Thomas Buchert, Dark Energy from structure: a status report, Gen.Rel.Grav.40:467-527, 2008 (arXiv:0707.2153)
Thomas Buchert, Syksy Räsänen, Backreaction in late-time cosmology, Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science 62 (2012) 57-79 (arXiv:1112.5335)
Thomas Buchert, Toward physical cosmology: focus on inhomogeneous geometry and its non-perturbative effects, Class.Quant.Grav.28:164007, 2011 (arXiv:1103.2016)
Thomas Buchert et. al, Is there proof that backreaction of inhomogeneities is irrelevant in cosmology?, Class. Quantum Grav. 32 215021, 2015 (arXiv:1505.07800)
exposition in The Universe is inhomogeneous. Does it matter? CQG+, 2016
Léo Brunswic, Thomas Buchert, Gauss-Bonnet-Chern approach to the averaged Universe, Class. Quantum Grav. 37 (2020) 215022 (arXiv:2002.08336)
Asta Heinesen, Thomas Buchert, Solving the curvature and Hubble parameter inconsistencies through structure formation-induced curvature, Class. Quantum Grav. 37 (2020) 164001 (arXiv:2002.10831)
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a natural and consistent explanation of
(i) dark energy,
(ii) the coincidence problem (here conceptually,not quantitatively),
(iii) positive initial curvature,
(iv) the small matter density cosmological parameterfound in local probes of the matter density,
(v) the large angular diameter distance tothe CMB consistent with JLA supernova sample parameter constraints,
and (vi) the local expansion rate measurements (removal of the ‘Hubble tension’).
We believe that this model architecture needs convincing arguments to be rejected as a physically viable show-case, on the basis of which the model ingredients can be improved in order to build a physical cosmology in the future.
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