I have a question. Please excuse me if this seems naive as I am not a physicist. This thing dark energy has been proposed to explain the acceleration of the expansion of the universe. From what I understand, it is everywhere. Could it be possible that dark energy really does not exist, but the effects that we are seeing are the result of the properties of space time itself, the geometry of the universe, and the distribution of mass throughout the universe?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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