It's my sincere request to this Physics forum that if i am wrong (which has the least possibility atleast from my side) just reply "wrong" so that i can move on futher. I know personal theories are not allowed but i am not finding any place to get it checked. thanks
DARK ENERGY The theory described below does not contain any self made false assumptions about anything but uses only one, most logical assumption about the potential energy of curved space. Let a particle of unit mass curve space according to general relativity.Now, if we suddenly evaporate it (i.e. convert it's mass into radiation), the curvature of space associated with it begins to die out.But what about the potential energy associated with the curved space after the mass is lost?
We can better understand this with this example. We stretch a rubberband by applying a constant force (correspond to mg).Now, if we remove this force, the stretched rubberband tends to come to it's mean position.But, the potential energy due to initially stretched rubberband makes it go further from it's mean position making it vibrate along it's mean position. The same happens in space. Bodies cause the curvature of space which induces potential energy in space. So, when a body loses it's mass,the curvature associated with that mass does not just dies out but instead the space starts vibrating along it's mean shape i.e. the potential energy of the curved space associated with that mass makes the space vibrate along it's mean shape producing gravity - anti-gravity fields. But , if there is another body of mass m near it, the magnitude of anti-gravitational field is more in each oscilation as the other body tends to curve space (apply force i.e. mg) along it's direction.
This is why the galaxies are moving away from each other.As the stars present in them lose their mass,anti-gravitational fields are produced along all directions making every galaxy move apart from each other. Therefore, the space is not expanding but instead the already curved space produces this effect as it starts vibrating along all directions when a body loses it's mass.