On the dark energy and dark matter in the wake of the Hubble-Haldane
The dark energy scenario (DE) is one that has recently gained attention in the literature. The DE model, which is the simplest and the most generic model of dark energy, relates the cosmological constant to the energy density of space-time. The DE model has two main components: The first one is the deterministic model, which is derived from the blazar wave equation. The second one is the real-time-dependent model, which is the one that is associated with the Higgs mechanism. We study the effects of the deterministic de Sitter (DSD) model in the context of the origin of the dark energy (DE) and dark matter (DM) in the wake of the Hubble-Haldane (HH) transition. We find that the strong coupling scale is a critical factor for the lightest particles (LPs), which determine the background of the stars in the DE model. It is shown that the DM model can be simplified by removing the de Sitter scale from the Higgs mechanism, but the absence of the Higgs mechanism leads to the absence of the DM model. In the presence of the Higgs mechanism, the DM model becomes the supercritical model. The result is that the DM model is in the wake of the Higgs mechanism.