Dark Energy is Dark Matter below Absolute Zero in Black Holes
Keywords:neutrino, dark matter, dark energy, black holes, negative temperature
It is proven that the Clapeyron–Mendeleev equation, originally discovered for gases with large entropy, describes the state of dark matter/energy due to the enormous self-gravitation. It is shown that the dark matter exists as compact cold neutrino stars at positive temperature with size twice the Schwarzschild radius. In contrast, the dark energy is dark matter at temperature below the absolute zero, which is locked entirely in black holes, where the pressure is negative as required for the Universe intrinsic expansion. The derived dark phase diagram predicts negative critical temperatures for the Big Bang and the Big Rip of black holes.
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