open_problems:cosmological_constant

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* [[https://www.quantamagazine.org/why-the-dark-energy-problem-spawned-the-multiverse-hypothesis-20180312/|Why the Tiny Weight of Empty Space Is Such a Huge Mystery]] by Natalie Wolchover | * [[https://www.quantamagazine.org/why-the-dark-energy-problem-spawned-the-multiverse-hypothesis-20180312/|Why the Tiny Weight of Empty Space Is Such a Huge Mystery]] by Natalie Wolchover | ||

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+ | <blockquote>Dark Energy certainly sounds catchy but is a terrible terminology: It's neither dark nor energy. Instead, it's transparent, and (if you divide it by Newton's constant) it's an energy-density.. Dark energy can be interpreted as the energy-density of empty space, but I don't find this a good interpretation. Better to think of it as the curvature of empty space. | ||

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+ | <cite>[[https://twitter.com/skdh/status/1097457158533337088|Sabine Hossenfelder]]</cite> | ||

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