Our Runaway Universe and Einstein's Cosmological Constant

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Much of what you thought you knew about the universe and its expansion may be wrong. That expansion appears to be speeding up rather than slowing E = mc 2). down. This column is about recent astronomical evidence for a positive cosmological constant, suggesting that space itself has mass-energy..
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