Astrophysics

   

The Density of Dark Energy.

Authors: Terubumi Honjou

The dark energy density of the accelerating expanding universe is considered constant. The dark energy density of the accelerating expanding universe is considered constant. It means that the dark energy continues to be supplied to the expanding space from somewhere. Dark energy is considered to be a constant, lambda (λ) of the gravitational equation that Einstein removed after adding. The energy value of the lambda is desired to be zero. In the elementary particle pulsation hypothesis, the average density of dark energy is set to zero as the first assumption. When the universe expands and the dark energy density thins, the energy value of the lambda is always zero. It is expressed as the horizontal line of the energy waveform diagram. It can be said that the pulsating hypothesis is a deviation from the horizontal line, and physical of the wave shot. The horizon is assumed to be energy zero regardless of whether the dark energy continues to be supplied from the surplus dimension.

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