Note on varying speed of light cosmologies
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The various requirements on a consistent varying speed of light (‘VSL’) theory are surveyed, giving a short check-list that needs to be satisfied by such theories.
KeywordsTensor Component Spatial Distance Lorentz Group Null Geodesic World Line
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