In Chapter 31, we prove future global existence in the case that the initial data are specified on the 3-torus, and assuming the initial data are close to those of de Sitter space. The proof is a bootstrap argument, one important ingredient being a system of differential inequalities. At the end of the chapter, we derive rough conclusions concerning the asymptotics.
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