A simple mathematical solution to the cosmological constant problem.
Keywords:Cosmological constant problem, Vacuum catastrophe, Cosmological constant, Zero point energy, Hildebrand solubility parameter
Assuming an energy density of the cosmological constant in Quantum Field Theory, we propose a simple mathematical solution to the cosmological constant problem, i.e. the disagreement of the order of a factor 10122 between the theoretical and the measured value of the vacuum energy density. We try to give a non-exclusive route for our solution to make physical sense.
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