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Sleeper field awoke to expand universe

The New Scientist magazine features research from C. Ringeval, T. Suyama (UCLouvain) and T. Takahashi, M. Yamaguchi and S. Yokoyama from Japan about dark energy (preprint available from arXiV).

According to their model and current cosmological observations, inflation should occur at the TeV scale, i.e. precisely in the LHC search area.
By Christophe Ringeval on July 29, 2010

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