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A new two-faced scalar solution and cosmological SUSY breaking

  title={A new two-faced scalar solution and cosmological SUSY breaking},
  author={Marina V. Shmakova and Valentin A. Burov},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory},
We propose a possible new way to resolve the long standing problem of strong supersymmetry breaking coexisting with a small cosmological constant. We consider a scalar component of a minimally coupled N=1 supermultiplet in a general Friedmann-Robertson-Walker (FRW) expanding universe. We argue that a tiny term, proportional to H^2 ~ 10^(-122) in Plank's units, appearing in the field equations due to this expansion will provide both, the small vacuum energy and the heavy mass of the scalar… 

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