Relativity and Cosmology

   

On the Nature and Origin of Dark Energy, Cosmological Constant an Dark Matter V 2

Authors: Ramon Isasi

In the present essay, we consider the origin of the dark energy, cosmological constant and the dark matter. The dark energy, is consequence of the annihilation of the matter - antimatter at the very beginning of the big bang. This dark energy was the origin and cause of the cosmological expansion and the past and present creation of the whole space. We consider the presence of the call “dark” matter as consequence of highly excited hydrogen and helium Ridberg’s atoms in perfect equilibrium with the CMB radiation. The cosmological constant is considered as an arbitrary ad hoc anti gravitational entity. Finally, we consider the Casimir effect, as a suitable and truly efficient physical method and a reliable resource in the experimental determination of the dark energy.

Comments: 16 Pages. Some typing errors were corrected

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[v1] 2018-12-28 15:37:25
[v2] 2019-01-09 18:02:18

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