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[1007.2971] Reasoning by analogy: attempts to solve the cosmological constant paradox
 
Authors:Rafael A. Porto, A. Zee
Abstract:Talk given by one of us (A. Zee) at Murray Gell-Mann's 80th Birthday Celebration held in Singapore, February 2010. Based on R. A. Porto and A. Zee, Class. Quant. Grav. 27, 065006 (2010) [arXiv:0910.3716 [hep-th]]
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Fergus Simpson



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PostPosted: August 03 2010  Reply with quote

This is an interesting perspective on the cosmological constant problem, drawing comparisons from other features in physics such as the long proton half-life and the high speed of light.

I'd quite like to take a look at the original 1983 version, cited in this work as [1], not sure where it's available though.
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