Earlier, I had a thought, and I have now been curious about the equation of this thought. Einstein's general relativity obviously states that objects curve and distort space. But the whole reason he came up with a cosmological constant was that he found that the curvature of all of the objects in space would essentially shrink the size of the universe. Is there a formula that represents this concept, and if so, what is it?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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