**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

October 20, 2023

**Abstract:**

The Cosmological Constant Problem has long been recognized as one of the most significant challenges in modern physics. The problem arises from the very large discrepancy between the predicted value by Quantum Field Theory and observed values of the cosmological constant. Recent observations by the European Space Agency and the Integral Space Telescope appear to provide a solution to the dark energy component of the ΛCDM model. This paper proposes to supply that much needed correction to that model. The boldness of this claim to have solved the problem comes directly from the equations, calculations, and solutions that we provide below. The calculations suggested that only one equation, (vacuum energy density), in QFT, required modification to correct for the discrepancy of QFT and observations. That correction to QFT solves that discrepancy with high degree of confidence. Since that correction follows classical field theory, renormalization and UV cut-offs are avoided

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