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What is Dark Energy (what is, and is not, Dark Massfree Energy)

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Aurora Biophysics Research Institute

J Aetherom Res, Volume 1, Issue 2 (December 2004),  pp. 1-18

Article ID:   JAR01-02-01

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What is Dark Energy? Does it exist? Is there a Massless Dark Energy that was left over from the Big Bang? Is this Massless Dark Energy constituted by SuperMassive particles? Would this not be an impossible contradiction in terms? How can these supermassive particles explain the mass of ordinary Matter - leptons and baryons - when they do not even explain their own (super)mass? Why haven't these supermassive particles, or the Higgs particles, ever been found, despite the costliest of searches for their existence? Could this failure signal the bankruptcy of the Standard Model and underline the misguided scientific direction and expenditures of institutions such as NASA and the DOE? Could the Big Bang have never taken place and Dark Energy be constituted, not by supermassive particles, but by Massfree Energy that has existed as of all time? Could it be Dark Massfree Energy that, in fact, explains the mass of all existing particles? Could physics be laboring on a colossal mistake - one that has served only for the sensationalist promotion of Star Wars and Exotic Bomb projects?

These are the provocative questions which this straightforward communication addresses, from the physical and micropolitical viewpoints of Aetherometry.