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A Universe Comprised of 50% Matter Mass-Energy and 50% Dark Energy

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DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2019.109074    91 Downloads   219 Views
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The new C.G.S.I.S.A.H. theory of dark matter is used to appropriately classify and quantitate the previously-overlooked cold ground state neutral atomic hydrogen within the intergalactic vacuum. A surprising discovery is demonstrated in the Results section that approximately one-fifth of the cosmic critical density can be attributable to intergalactic cold ground state neutral atomic hydrogen. By subtracting this quantity of the critical density from the dark energy ledger column and adding it to the total matter mass-energy ledger column, our current universe appears to be equally proportioned between total matter mass-energy and dark energy. This has been a longstanding prediction of the Flat Space Cosmology model.

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Tatum, E. (2019) A Universe Comprised of 50% Matter Mass-Energy and 50% Dark Energy. Journal of Modern Physics, 10, 1144-1148. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2019.109074.

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