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Double Torus Cosmology Reveals Cosmic Microwave Background To Measure Dark Energy.

Authors: Dan Visser

This paper announces dark energy to be measured as a cosmic microwave background frame in the Double Torus hypothesis. This Double Torus (CMB)-frame is related to a specific quantum-state of dark energy and dark matter. In addition this paper also refers to a planned dark energy interferometer-project, which is expected to be operational in 2014. Both aspects can be combined in order to get a better expectation and interpretation of the detection of dark energy. This paper has motivated me to calculate a specific value for the Double Torus dark energy. The calculated value is about 4 x 10^-114 [X.s] in 6.4 x 10^-48 [m^2]. A new kind of spin-quantum-state [X.s] is introduced as a property of dark energy in the Double Torus. Probably this paper might be of interest to the dark energy interferometer-project. It surely is of importance for the discrepancy that exists in vacuum energy density.

Comments: 7 Pages. version 2 removes a ommission the notation of the formula, however renewed analysis implies no change in calculated results

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[v1] 3 Mar 2011
[v2] 2013-06-26 16:43:29

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