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    What does the cosmological constant have to do with a non-zero Higgs field value?

    I have fragments of information in my head that one gets from learning from a popular science book and not a teacher. Now I want to fill the holes.

    They are not directly related, but if there is a Higgs field AND there is a non zero cosmological constant then the universe does not need to contain as much dark matter as we think it does to agree with observation.

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