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Since MASS-ENERGY is conserved; energy density ED defined as ED=MASS-ENERGY /Volume can indeed go to zero as volume V approaches infinity e.g. an infinite universe with zero curvature Is this forbidden by any known laws including GR Further if the big bang started with quantum particles that were compressed by gravity forces (Guv=8PiTab) 10^50 times the Coulomb forces (spacetime curvature);why is their a need to unite QM and GR.The inability to solve QED aka Schroedinger's equation even for 10 or 15 particles inplies unification is a fruitless search for separation of the"chicken (mass energy)"-"egg" particles argument.They"chicken (mass energy)"-"egg" are one and the same ;it's a scaling problem
Re: What is wrong with a universe with zero energy density?
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