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Computing Dark Energy and Ordinary Energy of the Cosmos as a Double Eigenvalue Problem
Journal of Modern Physics
We compute the dark energy and ordinary energy density of the cosmos as a double Eigenvalue problem. In addition, we validate the result using two different theories. The first theory is based on Witten's 11 dimensional spacetime and the second is based on 'tHooft's fractal renormalization spacetime. In all cases, the robust result is E(O) = mc 2 /22 for ordinary energy and E(D) = mc 2 (21/22) for dark energy. Adding E(O) to E(D) we obtain Einstein's famous equation which confirms specialdoi:10.4236/jmp.2015.64042 fatcat:svb7cu4x4rdwjnzzu5y5dcpl24