Frohberg, Guenter
(2021)
*About the Origin of the Dark Energy and the Zero Mass/Energy Universe.*
Asian Journal of Physical and Chemical Sciences, 9 (2).
pp. 1-7.
ISSN 2456-7779

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## Abstract

Based on the Gravito-Electro-Magnetic (GEM) equations as another form (for low fields) of Einstein's Equations of General Relativity Theory (GRT) an equation is derived for the total energy density in the universe, including the gravitational fields, the contribution thereof is always negative and so it seems to represents the Dark Energy (DE). When calculating the total energy of the universe from this equation, the result is near to zero because of negative contributions from gravitational fields, depending a little on the available parameters of the universe as e.g. it's baryonic mass. Thus the assumption is given a high amount of probability, that the total energy (mass) in the universe is really zero and very likely is always zero. This would mean, that the universe developed from empty space-time or from nothing (may be by quantum fluctuations). Looking on the development it could be that the average energy density is zero for each sufficient large part of the universe at any time, except for very local deviations (e.g. galaxies, black holes etc.). As a consequence the expansion of the universe is probably not retarded by gravity (thus the Friedmann equation and others do not apply). The expansion of the universe can be considered as driven by the pressure of a gas-like medium with positive masses as by intergalactic gas, dust, stars and galaxies. Conclusions are drawn as to the interpretation of the formation of voids in the universe, flat space etc.

Item Type: | Article |
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Subjects: | ScienceOpen Library > Physics and Astronomy |

Depositing User: | Managing Editor |

Date Deposited: | 09 Feb 2023 07:55 |

Last Modified: | 17 Jul 2024 09:39 |

URI: | http://scholar.researcherseuropeans.com/id/eprint/124 |