dE : dM = π : 1
dE = darkEnergy; dM = darkMatter
Note: This is seemingly true only because of the widespread misperception that the universe is expanding, and because of our failure to see galactic field integrity as a critical factor in the system’s rotational momentum, with the poles of the field being defined by the orientation of its Hawking ex-vortices and its “dark” mass being distributed according to each galaxy’s interaction with its neighbours.
Current NASA data tallies roughly 73%/23%/4%, respectively (see “pi” chart).
As data collection, comparison and amalgamation grow ever more precise, the numbers should shake out like this (rounded to 0.0000):
dE = 72.7131…%
dM = 23.1453…%
m = 4.1416…%
(Given as % of all gravitationally-affective materials/forces.)
Note that mass totals [π+1]% of the sum of itself, dE & dM.