The Mechanics of Mass Formation from Dark Energy

  • Sayed Habibullah Hashimi
Keywords: Dark Energy, Energy Particle, Mass Particle, Equilibrium


95 percent of the known Universe constitutes dark energy and dark matter. The physical character of these two events, however, remains a mystery. Einstein proposed long-forgotten approach gravitationally repulsive negative masses, which fuel interstellar expansion and do not coalesce into objects that emit light. Contemporary cosmological observations, though, are derived from the rational premise that only positive masses constitute the Universe.  I have developed a toy model by reconsidering this assumption, which implies that all dark phenomena can be unified into a single fluid of negative mass. The model is a modified cosmology of the CDM, which shows that negative masses that are continually produced can mimic the cosmological constant and can flatten galaxy rotation curves. The model leads to a cyclic universe with a Hubble time vector parameter, theoretically providing compatibility with the new tension in cosmological measurements that is emerging. This exotic material spontaneously forms halos around galaxies that stretch to many galactic radii in the first three-dimensional N-body simulations of negative mass matter in scientific literature. There are no cusps for these halos. Therefore, the theoretical cosmological model is capable of modeling from first principles the observed distribution of dark matter in galaxies. The model makes many testable predictions and seems to have the ability to be compatible with distant supernovae, the cosmic microwave background, and galaxy clusters' observational data.  Such results may suggest that negative masses are a real and physical aspect of our Universe, or may imply the existence of a superseding theory that can be modeled by effective negative masses at some point. Both cases lead to the surprising conclusion that a simple sign error may have been the reason for the compelling puzzle of the dark Universe.


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How to Cite
Sayed Habibullah Hashimi. (2020). The Mechanics of Mass Formation from Dark Energy. International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 7(6), 68-71.