Thank you very much for your understanding, encouragement and the interesting article.
Have you seen the GE Commercial: New Ideas are Scary? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfmQvc6tB1o?
Although I do not accept the anti-matter solution to dark energy, I enjoyed getting the link and learning about this idea. I can see why people would want to explore it.
I wonder what you will think of my theory.
Hi Sally ..I'm thankful you asked my opinion, it causes me to consider more deeply than I would have.
I can't consciously remember having heard of mass vortex before, though my subconscious says 'yes you have heard of it,' and I looked at some information, and began thinking I may eventually have an inkling of understanding, but then I ran into rigid body and irrotational, and I knew it would take a VERY LONG study to begin to have sufficient understanding to begin to comment.
However, in my reading following your question I found it interesting that Einstein's E=MCsquared seems to have an alternative in Ec=MCcubed .. https://books.google.ca/books?id=mgYYDQAAQBAJ&pg=PA146&lpg=PA146&dq=mass+vortex+theory&source=bl&ots=QvobCINCwm&sig=YAfjcnRyH2CCmat1rJ0F7bGkvgw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwim1duv-LbXAhVL5YMKHaZvDBEQ6AEIRzAG#v=onepage&q=mass%20vortex%20theory&f=false, which indicates to me that sometimes I seem to be on a right track as I suggested in this forum years back that Einstein's equation should PERHAPS be corrected to E=MCcubed. In general, I'm more interested in the more easily understood basics of cosmology than physics, though some will say 'physics IS the basis of cosmology, and will be partly correct, though we eventually come to the question what is the basis or origin of physics, which for a time seemed to be mathematics, but then non-locality showed up.
I sincerely wish you luck, Sally, opening the mind to possibilities is an amazingly beautiful process.