The geodesic equation is developed using calculus of variations for the collision region of two gravitationally coupled structures A and B. A method for calculating any conceivable curvature of universe beyond observable flat cosmos is discussed using the geodesic equation derived for the collision region of A and B. This relativistic method is used to explain a general concept about the evolution of gravitationally bound structures and their impact on the evolution of the cosmos. The distribution of matter and antimatter in the cosmos, observed accelerated expansion of the universe, cosmic inflation, and the current universe’s large-scale structure are all explained using this concept.

**Author(S) Details**

Vigneswaran Ramamoorthy

Park College of Engineering and Technology, India.

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