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A Solution to the Dark Energy ~ Dark Matter Problem

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From classical physics comes a solution to the Dark Energy ~ Dark Matter problem
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   In May of 2017 the following information was sent to Brian Greene at Columbia University, to  Neil de Grasse Tyson c/o the American Museum of Natural History, to Science  , to Astronomy  , and to the  New York Times “Science Times . ”  Notations have been clarified: virgules (/), easily mistaken for division signs, have been replaced by tildes (~), signifying equivalence. A Solution to the Dark Energy ~ Dark Matter Problem Fluid Dynamics offers a possible solution to the problem which the invention of “Dark Energy” and “Dark Matter” also seeks to solve , namely, why the rate at which the universe is expanding is increasing, or why the extension of the universe is accelerating, and fastest at its farthest reaches. Because the universe is a fluid system that is certainly dynamic, its acceleration may be explained in the straightforward (fluid dynamic) terms of liquids and gasses under pressure being forced through narrowing apertures or into diminishing cross-sectional areas. Examples: fluid  pushed through a nozzle, or pressurized air or other gas escaping a tapering plenum. In the everyday world, we see rapids caused by rivers inflowing to shallows, and waves rushing up slanted beaches. In each case, acceleration of a fluid occurs without the addition of energy or the introduction of new physical entities; in fact energy is being dissipated rather than added. By analogy, the physical constraint necessary to explain an accelerating cosmic extension is diminution in the rate at which space is expanding relative to the rate at which matter is expanding or energy is being expent. Analogously, “thin ning ”   or “contractive” space is the narrowing nozzle, the shallower cross-section, tapering plenum or slanting beach which the universe’s mass ~ energy, impelled by its srcinary singularity or continuous creation, encounters, which causes its velocity to increase.   This hypothesis, based on conserving energy rather than on increasing it, would apply to the acceleration of the growth of our universe contingent upon only that one condition, the expansion of space continuing at a rate less than the expansion of extant energy or matter. Its  proposed mathematical function,  f’ (Space) <  f’ (Energy~Mass) =>  f’’ (Energy~Mass) > 0, is  predictive based on those unequal rates of expansion. A simple enough requisite, attributable to entropy, though why in this scenario space is more entropic than energy remains an issue to be resolved. (S  pace is more difficult to “create” than matter/energy, or more susceptible to quantum drag, for examples?)   Acceleration is ordinary to physical systems de-energizing, as in the mundane examples  provided, but the introduction of phantom particles ~ energy begs the question: not whether acceleration can occur, that is, but whether additional energy is required to cause it. By my simplifying hypothesis, it is not; the system may, rather, be manifesting expected entropic devolution, its observed acceleration actually indicating and being indicated by unequal relative deceleration (!), which would further, startlingly, portend a closed universe. Anthony Splendora  Addendum: Deductively, the ratio of rates of expansion, namely that of Space relative to that of  Energy ~ Mass, is proportional to both the acceleration of Energy ~ Mass and to the required quantity of hypothesized Dark Energy ~ Dark Matter. In mathematical terms, ((   f′(Space)/f′(   Energy~Mass)) ~ f" (Energy~Mass) ~ hypothesized Dark Energy ~ Dark Matter
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