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24 June 2024
 
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Infrared (in)sensitivity of relativistic effects in cosmological observable statistics
Ermis Mitsou ; Jaiyul Yoo ; Matteo Magi ;
Date 1 Feb 2023
AbstractThe relativistic effects in cosmological observables contain critical information about the initial conditions and gravity on large scales. Compared to the matter density fluctuation, some of these relativistic contributions scale with negative powers of comoving wave number, implying a growing sensitivity to infrared modes. However, this can be inconsistent with the equivalence principle and can also lead to infrared divergences in the observable $N$-point statistics. Recent perturbative calculations have shown that this infrared sensitivity is indeed spurious due to subtle cancellations in the cosmological observables that have been missed in the bulk of the literature. Here we demonstrate that the cosmological observable statistics are infrared-insensitive in a general and fully non-linear way, assuming diffeomorphism invariance and adiabatic fluctuations on large scales.
Source arXiv, 2302.00427
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