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Why is it desirable to have a symmetry to make cosmological constant zero?
It is sometimes stated that absence of a symmetry to make cosmological constant zero is a problem. But observed value of dark energy is very small and non-zero. So why is it desirable to have a ...
Nov 27 '12 at 8:51
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