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Cosmic Dark Energy Emerging from Gravitationally Effective Vacuum Fluctuations

@inproceedings{Deiss2012CosmicDE,
  title={Cosmic Dark Energy Emerging from Gravitationally Effective Vacuum Fluctuations},
  author={Bruno M. Deiss},
  year={2012}
}
  • Bruno M. Deiss
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • Astronomical observations indicate an accelerated cosmic expansion, the cause of which is explained by the action of `dark energy'. Here we show that in discrete expanding space-time, only a tiny fraction of the vacuum fluctuations can become gravitationally effective and act as a driving `dark' agent. The analytically derived effective vacuum energy density is found to be closely related to the critical cosmic energy density, thus helping to solve the cosmological constant problem as well as… CONTINUE READING

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