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A New Light Estimation of Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Ternary Space-Times, Based on the Special Theory of Relativity 

Authors: Fumitaka Inuyama

Published studies in the literature have stated that the mass of dark matter and the mass of dark energy are approximately five times and 14 times greater in mass, respectively, than ordinary substances such as atoms. However, the detection and thus proof of the existence of dark matter and dark energy have not been successfully realized to date. I believe that there are some fundamental problems that must be addressed and that universal space-time itself has its own hidden characteristics. In this work, I have estimated universal space-time based on the special theory of relativity i.e. the combined velocity and the increasing mass. Based on this estimate, it can be concluded that “ternary space-times” exist in the universe and that each of these space-times has its own specific light velocity.

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