A Resolution of Cosmic Dark Energy via a Quantum Entanglement Relativity Theory

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A new quantum gravity formula accurately predicting the actually measured cosmic energy content of the universe is presented. Thus by fusing Hardy’s quantum entanglement and Einstein’s energy formula we have de facto unified relativity and quantum mechanics in a single equation applicable to predicting the energy of the entire universe. In addition the equation could be seen as a simple scaling of Einstein’s celebrated equation when multiplied by a scaling parameter where is Hardy’s quantum entanglement and . Furthermore could be approximated to and thus may be interpreted as the inverse of the compactified bosonic strings dimension .

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