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This paper presents a new hypothesis for the current gravitation model, caused as a consequence of the disproportion in the link between the macrocosmic dynamics and the luminosity caused by mass, where after a heuristic perception, we will consider the spatial four-dimensional interaction of the primordial energy of the universe as responsible by the gravitational effect, considering the symmetry proposed by Noether's theorem, and the possible manifestation of dark energy as primordial energy.
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