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Following Sean Carroll here

There are good reasons to consider dynamical dark energy as an alternative to an honest cosmological constant. First, a dynamical energy density can be evolving slowly to zero, allowing for a solution to the cosmological constant problem which makes the ultimate vacuum energy vanish exactly.

Does this mean that vacuum fluctuations from the electroweak and strong nuclear forces will vanish also?

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  • $\begingroup$ Vacuum energy and vacuum fluctuations are two different things. $\endgroup$ – Peter Shor Aug 19 at 16:00
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    $\begingroup$ vacuum fluctuations contribute to vacuum energy $\endgroup$ – Boltzmann Pauli Plank Aug 19 at 17:23

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