Cosmological constant

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Cosmological constants are observed values for naturally occurring phenomena.  The include but are not limited to the speed of light in a vacuum, the force of gravity in relation to mass, the nuclear strong force, the weak force, and the electromagnetic force. k force, and the electromagnetic force.
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'''Cosmological constants''' (also known as ''physical'' or ''universal'' constants) are observed and measured values for naturally occurring phenomena.  These include, but are not limited to:
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* ''c'', the speed of light in a vacuum
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* ''G'', the gravitational constant
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* ℏ, Planck's constant
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* ''e'', the elementary charge
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* ε<sub>0</sub>, the permittivity of free space
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== Arguments ==
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* [[Fine tuning argument]]
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Revision as of 11:41, 31 January 2007

Cosmological constants (also known as physical or universal constants) are observed and measured values for naturally occurring phenomena. These include, but are not limited to:

  • c, the speed of light in a vacuum
  • G, the gravitational constant
  • ℏ, Planck's constant
  • e, the elementary charge
  • ε0, the permittivity of free space

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