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i found a paper http://vixra.org/pdf/1005.0071v1.pdf so using Zeta regularization i can regularize all the integrals by replacing divergent integrals by divergent sums and applying zeta regularization algorithm to get only FINITE results.

i think that ALL the equations in the paper are correct and that one can get FINITE results by applying zeta regularization even for divergent integrals.

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# Can ZETA REGULARIZATION avoid all the UV divergences ?

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