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E = mc^2 in which c^2 is shape of an object.

Real mass is M / c^2 that is  89 mrd times less than Visible mass. To count dark mass should be easy.

4.9 % visible mass
26.8 % dark mass
68.3 % dark energy

 

VisibleM x realM = darkM

4.9 x 4.9/c^2 = darkM

4.9/c^2 = darkM/4.9

VisibleM^2 = darkM x c^2

VisibleM = Square root (darkM x c^2)

When we divide 4.9 /c^2 answer is 5.45198 e-11
When we multiply 4.9 x 5.45198 answer is  26.8
That is dark mass percentage.

 

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1 hour ago, Diamonds said:

E = mc^2 in which c^2 is shape of an object.

Real mass is M / c^2 that is  89 mrd times less than Visible mass. To count dark mass should be easy.

4.9 % visible mass
26.8 % dark mass
68.3 % dark energy

 

VisibleM x realM = darkM

4.9 x 4.9/c^2 = darkM

4.9/c^2 = darkM/4.9

VisibleM^2 = darkM x c^2

VisibleM = Square root (darkM x c^2)

When we divide 4.9 /c^2 answer is 5.45198 e-11
When we multiply 4.9 x 5.45198 answer is  26.8
That is dark mass percentage.

 

This is sheer crackpottery.

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