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 Quote by setAI http://www.arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0412076
Thanks, setAI. This is a nice, readable paper. The list of references in it is an excellent resource, too.

From page 4:
"If instead the observer focuses on his perceptions, he will make, in his mind, automatically the two limits $N \rightarrow \infty$ and $A \rightarrow 0$"

where $A$ is the area of a cell of the cosmological horizon and the limit on $N$ means that, classically, we should expect no cosmological constant, even though the number $10^{120}$ is significant for physics at the Planck scale.