Authors: Claude Latourre
For more than a century, the equations of general relativity have evolved according to the observations of the universe. These changes are expressed through the cosmological constant (Λ), which was first added on the space-time part to account for a stationary universe, then removed when the expansion of the universe was observed. More recently, the constant reappeared on the energy-momentum part to describe an accelerated expansion of the universe. However, their contractions can express exactly the value of the cosmological constant: Λ = -1/4 (R + κ T) and fully define the equations of General Relativity: (Rµ√ -1/4 gµ√ R) = κ (Tµ√ -1/4 gµ√ T) without using other concepts: Dark energy, Quintessence...
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