Based on the fundamental foundation for the force of gravity, relative to the acceleration of mass, the gravitational attraction (where mass volume remains positive and static, mass density becomes increasingly negative, and the gravitational constant is positive) is

+Fg = m*a = G (m1*M2) for two positive mass densities

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r^2

+Fg = m*a = G (-m1*-M2) for two negative mass densities

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r^2

-Fg = -m*a = G (-m1*M2) for one negative mass density and one positive mass density

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r^2

So while the interactions of Dark Matter with Dark Matter (though immeasurable) mathematically still provides for a positive force of gravitational attraction, the interactions of Dark Matter with Baryonic Matter provides for a negative force of gravitational attraction (or a positive force of gravitational repulsion). It is this “gravitational repulsion” that has been used to define Dark Energy. Yet while this logic would support an argument to account for the missing mass within an overall positive gravitational force, it would not appear to support an ever-accelerating expansion of the universe at first glance; i.e. more positive gravitational force should equal collapsing universe.

Rather the key is representative of the difference in density between the negative Dark Matter and the positive Baryonic Matter; i.e. it doesn’t really matter which density becomes greater, negative or positive, the end result is an increased negative potential for the gravitational force. So while at a micro-level these differences would be overwhelmed by the positive potential results for the interactions of Dark Matter with Dark Matter, at a macro-level these differences become increasingly important. Consequently as positive density increases due to accretion of gravitational attraction between two localized positive mass objects, the outcome within the universe is that it has disproportionately impacted the Dark Energy by increasing its negative potential for the gravitational force. It appears there is a 3 to 1 ratio of Dark Matter (some say all matter, both Dark and Baryonic) to Dark Energy influence, therefore it can be similarly understood there is a 3 to 1 ratio for Gravitational Energy to Dark Energy influence. Note the gravitational constant represents this ratio via its measure: i.e. G ~= (6.67384) * (1 * 10^-11) ), which is G ~= (0.666…) * the angstrom multiplier (1 * 10^-10).

Similarly electrical constant for electromagnetic interactions represents a 9 to 1 ratio; i.e. where gravitational force is about one third of Dark Energy, electromagnetic force is about one third of the gravitational force. Note Coulomb’s constant represents this ratio via its measure: i.e. k ~= (8.987551) *(1 * 10^9), which is k ~= 1/((0.111…) * (1 * 10^-10)).Using the calculations found in chapter 6 of ‘The Evolutioning of Creation – Volume 2’, it would appear that the traditional fourth dimensional spherical form is governing the distribution and diversity of energy in the universe.