Relativity and Cosmology

   

Solving the Cosmological Constant Problem

Authors: Stephen H. Jarvis

In following on from the preceding papers [1-13], this paper presents the case for the disparity between vacuum energy [14] and the associated cosmological constant [15] (when applied to calculated values of the redshift effect in regard to the metric expansion of space and associated energy requirements). A solution is provided to this problem while correctly deriving the value for the Lamb shift radiation as evidence for vacuum energy marrying up correctly with the large scale observed cosmological value, such in the context of a revised understanding of the redshift effect and associated scaling system for the Planck constant [13]. The process of proof presented here is by taking a close look at the theory behind the cosmological constant, those calculations, and any of those associated assumptions of theory and modelling of time and space in those calculations and observations that could lead to the problem, and thus determine in fact why the value for the observed energy of space is so great according to contemporary estimates and processes of theoretical modelling of space. Above all, this paper shall present proof for vacuum energy and cosmological constant being in parity, such by using the fundamental basis of the phi-quantum wave-function scaling system in deriving the temperature value of the CMBR and Boltzmann constant, and finally proof for the precession of the perihelion of Mercury which is demonstrated to be directed related to the vacuum energy of space and CMBR.

Comments: 33 Pages.

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[v1] 2019-12-25 00:54:25

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