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A quantum portrait of the visible Universe

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Following the general program of holography, we present a vision of our observable Universe based on a close analogy with dynamical black holes: a classical universe with quantum evaporation leading to the dynamical evolution of the apparent radius. Connection with some of the issues associated with dark energy and inflation will be discussed. In particular, a classification of inflation models will be proposed.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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