TIME-VARYING FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT REQUIRES COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT

@article{Kuhne1999TIMEVARYINGFC,
  title={TIME-VARYING FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT REQUIRES COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT},
  author={Rainer W. Kuhne},
  journal={Modern Physics Letters A},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={1917-1922}
}
Webb et al. presented preliminary evidence for a time-varying fine-structure constant. We show Teller's formula for this variation to be ruled out within the Einstein–de Sitter universe, however, it is compatible with cosmologies which require a large cosmological constant. 
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