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Cosserat-Cartan and de Sitter-Witten Spacetime Setting for Dark Energy

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In the present paper our main concern is to determine the exact dark energy density of the cosmos using a Cosserat-Cartan and killing-Yano reinterpretation of Einstein's relativity. Starting from a maximally symmetric space with 528 killing vector fields corresponding to Witten's five Branes model in eleven dimensional M-theory we reason that 504 of them are essentially components of the relevant killing-Yano tensor. In turn this tensor is related to hidden symmetries of a Cosserat micropolar space as well as the Einstein-Cartan connection and Ord's spiral model. Proceeding in this way the dark energy density is found to be E(dark) = mc 2 (504/528) = mc 2 (21/22) which is about 95.5% of total energy of the universe in astounding agreement with COBE, WMAP and Planck cosmological measurements and analysis. Here m is the mass, c is the speed of light, 528 is the sum of dimensions of E8, E7, E6, E5 and E4 exceptional E-line Lie symmetry groups.
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Keywords: COSSERAT MICROPOLAR SPACE; DARK ENERGY; DE SITTER SPACETIME; EINSTEIN-CARTAN RELATIVITY; KILLING-YANO TENSOR; ORD'S SPIRAL MODEL; PURE GRAVITY DEGREES OF FREEDOM; TELEPARELLELISM; WITTEN'S M-THEORY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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