Particularly this paper announces dark energy could be measured as a cosmic backround (CMB)-frame related to a specific quantumstate of dark energy and dark matter conform a double torus cosmology (TTM[1,2,3,4,5,6,7]). In addition this paper also refers to a planned dark energy interferometerproject expected to be operational in 2014. Both aspects can be combined in order to get a better expectation and interpretation of the detection of dark energy. This paper shows dark energy to interact differently than in the planned experiments of the dark energy interferometer-project. That is the motive to publish this paper. Benchmark is dark energy and dark matter are not considered in a big bang cosmology, but in a double torus universe of one torus of dark energy, which encloses and intertwines a second torus of dark matter (TTM-cosmology). In derivations is shown that dark energy will affect falling (super positioned) Cesium atoms in the dark energy interferometerproject unexpectedly: 1. It will touch the super-positioned atoms twice! ; the cause will be the torus-geometry of the TTM-derived CMB-frame. 2. The 'Twice-touching' will vary subsequently; the cause will be a dependency on 'expansion or contraction' of the CMB-torus geometry through dynamics that are caused by the "+" and "-" strength of the dark energy force in the TTM and which is produced by the dark energy torus. This has motivated me to calculate a specific value for TTM-dark energy on about 4 x 10-114 [X.s] in 6.4 x 10-48 [m2] as a new sort of spin-quantumstate [X.s], which drives the expansion of big bang cosmology analogue to how elementary spin is a 'generator for rotation' in conventional quantumphysics. Probably this paper might be of interest to the dark energy interferometer-project at least.
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[v1] 3 Mar 2011
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