Why is it the case that, in a semiclassical description of the Einstein-Hilbert action, the cosmological constant is small in Planck units?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Why does this mean that

$$\ell \gg G$$

for ##\Lambda = - 1/\ell^{2}##?

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# A Cosmological constant in the semiclassical limit of quantum gravity

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