DARK ENERGY, A NEW PROOF OF THE PREDICTIVE POWER OF GENERAL RELATIVITY

Stéphane Le Corre 1, *
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Abstract : In a previous paper, we demonstrated that the linearized general relativity could explain dark matter (the rotation speed of galaxies, the rotation speed of dwarf satellite galaxies, the movement in a plane of dwarf satellite galaxies, the decreasing quantity of dark matter with the distance to the center of galaxies' cluster, the expected quantity of dark matter inside galaxies and the expected experimental values of parameters of dark matter measured in CMB). It leads, compared with Newtonian gravitation, to add a new component to gravitation without changing the gravity field (also known as gravitomagnetism). In this article we are going to see that general relativity could also explain dark energy and makes a prediction on gravitational mass of antimatter. To be consistent, this solution implies that gravitational mass of antimatter must be negative and that neutrino is not a Majorana particle. These predictions will be soon tested (AEgIS and NEMO experiments). It gives an explanation of cosmological constant and is consistent with the experimental values of parameters giving the expected order of magnitude for this cosmological constant. It predicts that dark energy (or cosmological constant) is not constant in time. Furthermore, this solution implies a cosmic inflation, leads to an explanation of the apparent disappearance of antimatter and can explain the recent acceleration of the expansion of our Universe. One also predicts several very fundamental testable results on null mass and on antimatter. The photons emitted by anti-Hydrogen should be deviated symmetrically compared to the ones emitted by Hydrogen in a gravitational field. The Lymann spectral lines of anti-Hydrogen should be shifted " symmetrically " compared to the ones of Hydrogen between two altitudes. The principle of equivalence of masses should be violated for antiprotonic helium. More prosaically, it offers an amazing image of our universe at an incredible scale.
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Stéphane Le Corre. DARK ENERGY, A NEW PROOF OF THE PREDICTIVE POWER OF GENERAL RELATIVITY. 2015. ⟨ensl-01122689⟩

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