A new theory of quantum gravity could explain the biggest puzzle in cosmology, study suggests

It is a new thinking to be appreciated and thanks to authors.

However, is it necessary always to assume big bang even when we are talking of Hubble Tension,

I am thinking that Universe could exist with local big bang and even in such case quantum gravity could be a real phenomenon in which fluctuations and perturbations could change the parametric values during its lifecycle. We know effects of SM forces on detection beyond photons.

It could be that the CMBR and General Relativity Lambda are correlated! Hence new physics beyond SM would come from such studies. But LHC etc. have found energetic resonances that could also measure effects of SM forces on gravity for example through suggested Higgs field and we think could also affect the quantum aspects of gravity?
(Dr. Ravi Sharma, Ph.D. USA)
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