cosmological constant

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an arbitrary constant in the equations of general relativity theory

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One worth point we can consider now is the analogy that can be made with the cosmological constant problem.
There are several other fine-tuning situations in cosmology, most notably the horizon problem (22) and the cosmological constant problem.
Introduction to general relativity and the cosmological constant problem.
As shown in [5], it is not the SM mathematics, but the "standard" view of the mathematics that results in the Cosmological Constant Problem while hiding Nature's mass symmetry, a symmetry in keeping with the cosmological constant and a symmetry that results in a single mass formula for the fundamental particles ([W.
Dynamics of neutrino oscillations and the cosmological constant problem.