Rainbow Gravity  

In General > s.a. spacetime models [emergent spacetime].
* Idea: (A.k.a. doubly-general relativity) A class of theories generalizing doubly-special relativity to incorporate curvature, which leads to an energy-dependent metric, connection and curvature, and a simple modification to Einstein's equation; Its phenomenlogy includes modified dispersion relations, with field excitations propagating with different energy-momenta perceiving different background geometries.
@ General references: Magueijo & Smolin CQG(04)gq/03 [proposal]; Garattini & Saridakis a1411 [and Hořava-Lifshitz gravity]; Loret & Barcaroli MG13(15)-a1501-MG13 [and relative locality]; Nilsson & Dąbrowski PDU(17)-a1701 [energy scale of Lorentz violation].
@ And higher-order gravitational Lagrangians: Olmo JCAP(11)-a1101; Hendi et al AHEP(16)-a1607 [f(R) gravity, and charged black-hole solutions].
> Online resources: see Wikipedia on Thomas Pynchon's novel.

And Cosmology > s.a. friedmann equation.
* Cosmology: 2015, There have been claims that the initial singularity might be avoided, but recent more careful results are inconclusive.
@ FLRW models: Ling JCAP(07)gq/06 [Friedmann equation]; Garattini & Sakellariadou PRD(14)-a1212 [and inflation without an inflaton]; Amelino-Camelia et al PRD(13) [scale-invariant fluctuations]; Awad et al JCAP(13)-a1308 [modified dispersion relations and non-singular solutions]; Assanioussi et al PLB(15)-a1412 [general mechanism for emergence from a quantum cosmological model]; Gorji et al PLB(17)-a1606 [and lqc]; > s.a. electromagnetic fields in curved spacetime.
@ Initial singularity: Majumder IJMPD(13)-a1305-GRF [bouncing, non-singular universe]; dos Santos et al JCAP(15)-a1502; Khodadi et al GRG(16)-a1602 [ideal fluid with a cosmological constant, Hamiltonian approach]; Assanioussi & Dapor PRD(17)-a1606 [effective cosmological models].
@ Other models: Khodadi et al EPJC(15)-a1505 [stability of the Einstein static universe].

Other Phenomenology > s.a. wormhole solutions.
@ General references: in Mattingly LRR(05)gq; Farag Ali & Khalil EPL(15)-a1408 [and gravity tests]; Garattini & Mandanici a1601-MG14, EPJC(17)-a1607 [compact stars equilibrium configurations]; Yadav et al IJMPA(17)-a1605 [and the Unruh effect]; Bezerra et al PRD(17)-a1704 [massive scalar fields]; Braidotti & Conti a1708 [simulation by non-local non-linearity]; Bezerra et al EPL(17)-a1708 [vacuum fluctuations of a scalar feld and Casimir effect]; Relancio & Liberati a2010 [geometrical interpretation, quantum gravity phenomenology].
@ Black holes, thermodynamics: Farag Ali PRD(14)-a1402 [and remnants]; Mu et al JCAP(15)-a1507 [and luminosity]; Garattini a1907-MGXV.
@ Black holes, other: Farag Ali et al EPL(15)-a1406 [absence of effective horizon]; Farag Ali et al PLB(15)-a1410 [no black holes at the LHC]; Farag Ali et al NPB(15)-a1410 [black-object remnants]; Farag Ali et al IJGMP(15)-a1506 [collapse]; Hendi et al PLB(17)-a1602 [massive theory]; Rudra et al NPB(16)-a1606 [Vaidya spacetime in Galileon rainbow gravity]; Gangopadhyay & Dutta EPL(16)-a1606 [constraints on functions]; Mandal et al GRG(18)-a1805 [and GUP].
> And particle dynamics: see relativistic particles [propagation]; particles in schwarzschild spacetime.

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