On the Possibility of Describing Events in Cosmology at the Scale of Matter Average Density

Cosmological Speculation (pdf)

Abstract. According to the Planck Mission statement, the observed Universe consists of 26.8% of dark matter, 68.3% of dark energy and 4.9% of ordinary matter. We reached almost 100% of the agreement with the statement by calibrating or fine-tuning a speculative equilibrium equation performed in this work. The equation was solved for roots corresponding to 4.915% of the ordinary substance, 26.785% of dark matter and 68.300% of dark energy based on our theoretical insights that were used in the construction of the average scale of matter density. We developed the scale further that additionally uses the invariant properties of the roots of the equation utilizing samples of independent distances from the redshift of the extragalactic NASA / IPAC database (NED distances), which is operated by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Keywords: Universe Composition, Dark Matter, Red Shift, Visible Matter, Dark Energy