Dear all,

To understand my equation,

that deals with my speculations (if it is interesting)

I managed further to increase the correlation of solutions of my equation

with the column of distances carried from the article about NED data,

The Astronomical Journal, 153:37 (20pp), 2017 January, REDSHIFT-INDEPENDENT DISTANCES IN THE NASA/IPAC EXTRAGALACTIC DATABASE: METHODOLOGY, CONTENT, AND USE OF NED-D.

I'm not a physicist by profession and therefore I may be forgiven in making mistakes, but listen to me carefully, because each of my words can be put in math, and more than that - in numerical calculations.

My postulate is that in the universe there allegedly is going on a phase transition of dark energy into matter. By the way, I'm not alone with this idea. Surprisingly, a Big Bang should be understood as a bounce of the area occupied by matter in the ordinary, or in a different form like a dark energy phase transition into matter, no significant difference in my math.

The created total matter

has some average density

. The density can be understood in the usual sense or in relativistic sense as a parameter if the manifold

volume inclosing the globe

at some moment

during the universe evolution is multiplied by

that equals the total mass

in the universe in that particular moment

.

So, my next postulate is that we can replace the time parameter by the average density moving as time pass from higher

to lower

. I can assure you that I found a density interval

such that the sequence of solutions of my equation

correlate even with 99% with the column Mean (Mpc) represented in the article referenced above. The

is actually a constant, which highlights some level of gravitational potential, a forсе per space rod on the surface of a 3-dimentional manifold

when the phase transition may happen. I calibrated the equation

using Planck Mission of matter composition: dark energy 68.3%, dark matter 26.8% and visual matter 4.9%. I do not understand together with others what the dark matter is, what the dark energy is, and what was the visual matter in Planck mission experiment, but my equation

allows me to calculate the current state of the universe. Moreover, to calculate a critical average density

when the dark energy will be exhausted, etc., etc. It was very easy to calibrate the equation. The

is also a constant, just a tiny modification of classical Newton potential function needed for technical reasons of calibration with Planck mission experiment. I am not alone doing such tiny modifications, see MOND theory.

Next, I have extended the column Mean (Mpc) with the following extragalactic objects using redshift independent distancies: as GRB 060206, GRB 060614, XRF 020903, GRB 9911208, UGC 00014, and UGC 12555 taken from

https://ned.ipac.caltech.edu . I came to 81 objects/numbers

at my disposal. I have sorted these objects

in ascending order, which arrange a sequence of distances in internal

. From technical and other reasons with regard to the solution of the equation

, I made a linear

transformation of sequence of original distances

into a sequence of densities

. As a result, I solved a sequence of equations

for

. These solutions, as roots of the equation lead to a sequence of distances

for

,

. The sequence

has a very high

with the original sequence

from the column Mean (Mpc), also in extended form as it is illustrated by the figure attached.