Abstract: There is a paradigm stating that gravitational field is of non-localizable and stationary nature. Contrary, in our model of Expansive Nondecelerative Universe it is hypothesized that gravitational field is always localizable and nonstationary. This assumption allows localizing its energy density. In this contribution, a solution of the issue is offered. This solution can be extrapolated to both the past and future times. Of the solution, the existence of cosmological member and, in turn, the the question of existence of „dark energy“ follows. Moreover, each black hole represents an independent Universe being a subsytem of the infinite Multiverse.
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