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"To pursue our analysis further, we must determine more carefully the relationship between the renormalization scale µ and the density ρ. One appealing choice, advocated by Weinberg in his analysis of inﬂation in asymptotically safe gravity [3], is to take the renormalization group mass scale µ to be

µ ∼ [G(µ) ρ]^1/2 (3.8)

which has the appearance of the inverse of a “gravitational length” related to the energy density ρ andis equivalent to taking µ to be the inverse of the timescale over which the scale factor a(τ) changes."

One should treat G in a non perturbative way to avoid singularity.

So, it is like inflation counters a singularity, when gravitational collapse is treated non perturbatively

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# How to avoid singularities in AS Gravity? Find non perturbative inflation!

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