The joint Planck, BICEP2 and Keck Array analysis, http://arxiv.org/abs/1502.00612 , has been made public while I was completing my two contributions to the Proceedings of the ICNFP 2014 Conference (Kolymbari, Crete, July-August 2014, https://indico.cern.ch/event/277650/ ). I have therefore introduced a few modifications to take into account this result.
But the basic content of my two papers remains unchanged and will be further developed in forthcoming posts, including my suggestion that the spinorial space-time (SST) that I introduced in 1996-97 can provide the appropriate space-time geometry to naturally generate Quantum Mechanics. The SST also leads to a violation of standard causality at small distances, as spinorial wave functions necessarily take nonero values for future and past times. New space-time geometries, new ultimate constituents of matter, pre-Big Bang approaches... should be seriously considered in present-day Cosmology.
My two ICNFP 2014 papers are : « BICEP2, Planck, spinorial space-time, pre-Big Bang » and « Tests and prospects of new physics at very high energy ». It is clearly argued that there is by now no proof of the validity of the standard cosmological scenario, and that unconventional patterns based on pre-Big Bang, new space-time geometries like the SST and new ultimate constituents of matter like superbradyons must be taken into account in data analyses.
Assuming that B-modes of primordial cosmic microwave background radiation are finally observed, this will by no means provide a direct evidence for gravitational waves generated by cosmic inflation, as other cosmological models can produce such primordial B-modes.
The abstracts and other links of the final versions of my two ICNFP 2014 contributions are:
On the possible origin of primordial CMB B-modes and gravitational waves. Potentialities of alternative cosmologies and open questions.
Beyond the standard basic principles, and beyond conventional matter and space-time. On the possible origin of Quantum Mechanics.