Phys Rev Lett. Nov 30;59(22) Anthropic bound on the cosmological constant. Weinberg S. PMID: Download Citation on ResearchGate | Anthropic Bound on the Cosmological Constant | In recent cosmological models, there is an “anthropic” upper bound on . The anthropic bound on a positive vacuum energy density is set by the requirement that rho V should not be so large as to prevent the formation of galaxies.
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