Dark Energy.

Dark Energy is spin which counters gravity. If spin were not a fundamental force of the universe, then the singularity which gave rise to the 'big bang' would not have been ripped apart in a uniform circular manner.

We can see spin as a necessary structure of the universe in many other places. Most of the orbits within our solar system are almost circular (apart from comets). This is proof that they had the same spinning origin.

Most orbits are on the ecliptic, once more showing their same starting position. The dynamics within solar system formation show this clearly. Random collisions form eccentric elliptical shapes like comets, whereas planetary orbits and the orbits of moons are almost circular. The rings of Saturn and other planetary rings formed due to spin as they are part of the same unifomr circular dynamic.

Most stars are binary systems, which cannot happen through chance, thus they must have started as a single spinning body that split into two at the start of the universe. In some instances, one of the stars disintegrated, forming a solar system. The planets all spin on their own axis. Their axes are quite uniform along the ecliptic due to their common origin.

Spiral galaxies must consist of a pair of bodies whose orbits are near-circular due to their common origin. This is the only way to solve Rubin's problem. Rotation curves of spiral galaxies can only form due to a pair spinning in a uniform orbit. This pair could only be ripped apart during the early phase of the universe due to the centrifugal force which comes from spin. As they spin outwards, spiral galaxies shed their mass as Dark Matter.

This theorem includes the solution to the many-body-problem with the use of quantum gravity, which necessitates quantum time.

The big question being: was spin a force more powerful than gravity at the start of the universe, which has then subsided drastically? Or, has it vanished completely as a force, in which case all we observe is its fossilized shape in the movements of bodies which form circularized ellipses? Both theorems work mathematically.

If spin is an ongoing force then it could be a Cosmic Coriolus force, which performs a shaping effect on orbits. This would be much like the Earth shapes cyclones with its coriolus force caused by local spin around its axis.

The Cosmic Coriolus force would have to be much much weaker than gravity. In the same manner as the coriolus force on Earth is much weaker than the force of wind. Just enough to tip the scales in one direction over another, coriolus then accumulates.

However this force must be present in an extra dimension. Just as the Earth spins in a three dimensional model to cause two dimensional spirals in clouds, so the Universe is spinning in four dimensions to cause three dimensional circulation in all celestial bodies!

Dark Energy as spin also explains why biological organisms are spiraled in the same direction. This phenomenon is evidence for spin as an ongoing Cosmic Coriolus force. But if not, then the regularity of spirals in biological organisms would require such life to have formed right at the start of the Universe. This would be because spin as an ongoing force no longer exists.

Dark Energy is the innate spin within the early universe. Two objects spinning in unison will overcome their gravitational attraction and sustain circular orbital stability. It is extremely unlikely that a stable spinning pair will form due to randomness.

Thus they must have originated from a single spinning object to maintain uniform circularity. Their spin must have become so powerful as to force them apart beyond the pull of gravity. Thus, spin was increasing just before the big bang. This dynamic nature of the centrifugal force is calculated for moons, planets, planetary rings, the asteroid belt, solar systems, binary stars, the spin of stars, galaxies, and the Universe as a whole.

I have shown that a star going nova and an unraveling process can produce very similar structures. The extent to which either occurs may vary, but the principle is the same: That a single solid object gives rise to smaller spinning objects. This is not at all the same as conventional theories which postulate dust clouds coagulating and somehow forming concentric circular shapes due to gravity and randomness.

A valid criticism of this thesis, may be that the electromagnetic force causes spin, so it is not a fundamental force.

But! The electromagnetic force requires a polar opposite effect. That is, when an electric motor spins due to electricity it requires two parts which move in opposition to one another. Celestial bodies do not have an outer shell with a polar opposite force. So, if the spin that formed these celestial structures is electromagnetic, then where is the equal but opposite force that it pushed against? Where is the motor-casing that held firm while the electric motor itself spun?

Spin as a force seems to exist only in one direction. This makes spin as a fundamental force profoundly different to electromagnetic spin. Only gravity itself is in opposition to it. This is why we ask the question of dark energy in the first place: What is the force that counters gravity?

Why does all the mass in the universe not collapse under the force of gravity? Is it because the very structure of electromagnetic spin in the early parts of the universe is divinely designed to perfectly balance gravity? In this model, electromagnetic spin is somewhat still viable; although it’s opposite remains a challenging mystery.

Or is it because Cosmic Coriolus is a force which continues to shape the universe? To see Cosmic Coriolus as a force in balance with gravity, is to satisfy the question of Dark Energy. And it does not require an oppositional force, as gravity takes this role. The Cosmic Coriolus as an ongoing force is much easier to figure mathematically. Any randomness that comes from the collisions of celestial bodies eventually starts to be shaped back into a uniform structure.

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