Talk:Cosmological constant

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Einstein's cosmological constant is NOT kept by "relativists" to allow the Big Bang model. It is NOT REQUIRED for the classic Big Bang model. The modified cosmological constant which some people hypothesise to be dark energy is part of the INFLATIONARY model, not the classic Big Bang one. In addition, claims to have disproved dark energy but have the work suppressed by "relativists" seem to be a bit ambitious and possibly premature. --JMairs 19:16, 23 August 2011 (EDT)

Hi JMairs, I was sure I answered your message and appologised for delay but apparently I forgot to save the answer to you when I started to write the essay to explain to you why I'm sure that the universe is not expanding and so no cosmological constant is needed. I wrote the Essay:Hubble redshift in Einstein's universe. You may read it. Write me your impressions. JimJast 13:41, 27 August 2011 (EDT)