Cosmological Constant and Gravity+Matter Self-Creation in a Cosmology with an Unbounded Hamiltonian Taking into Account Negative Energy of Gravity
We outline a solution to the cosmological constant problem and dynamics of the Universe expansion that follow from the quantum field theory of interacting gravity and matter with an unbounded Hamiltonian taking into account a negative-energy contribution from the metric conformal factor.
KeywordsConformal Factor Conformal Time Cosmological Constant Problem Universe Expansion Adiabatic Invariant
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