Mathematical Physics

   

Energy Required to Keep the Universe Expanding: an Insight on Dark Energy

Authors: Keaten Wood

It is popularly known that dark matter is responsible for the accelerating expansion of our universe, as well as many other phenomena. This could very well be the case. Through many mathematical steps, using mechanical laws and calculus, I have determined the amount of energy needed to expand the universe a certain distance quickly converges, meaning that all the universe needs is a sufficient amount of energy in order to expand infinitely, either given initially by the big bang or gradually by dark matter.

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