Summary to the article "Dark energy in the Universe and its nature"
An explanation of the nature of dark energy and the mechanism of its interaction with “normal” (known) form of matter is offered.
Dark energy - it's a vacuum, according to one of assumptions of modern science. I consider, it is vacuum indeed.
Now the assumption of the authors.
Gravitational fields cause vacuum polarization just as electric fields polarize vacuum (it is a well-known and proven fact). BUT THERE IS ONE MAIN ASSUMPTION: gravitational force - matter-matter and matter-antimatter – has no sign of equality. If it is true (I don't know of any experimental data) it will be the direct proof of polarization of vacuum by gravitational fields.
One more hypothesis - particles of antimatter are not attracted to each other (gravitate), but repelled.
Then follows an explanation of the nature of the accelerated expansion of the Universe in 5-7 billion years from the Big Bang, the existence of “a disappeared” (after the birth of the Universe) antimatter in the periphery of our Metagalaxy ... and many other things.