I'm not too knowledgeable about modern physics, but do any of these numbers have units?If we think about the universe as both a particle and a wave, then we could say that: energy=matter=1. Then if we set Dark energy to C^2, we could have a situation where: 1 energy is divided into particles, so if we were to divide by pi, we would get .318. That would be .318 times 3, the .14159 in pi we will leave out for the moment. So 1 of the portions will become dark energy^3. .683^3=.318, another would be matter=.318 and another Dark matter=.318. Now remember we set DE to C^2, So as far as energies are concerned, matter would get the +2/3 charge equal to c^4 and would represent acceleration over time. The -1/3 charge would be c^2, this we divide in two, giving the speed of light to Dark matter which would represent space and the speed of light to gravity which would be the .14159 that we left out of pi=the square root of the electro magnetic force. All the energies=c^6 which =7.2, the electro-magnetic force.
Please reply and tell me whether you understand what I'm trying to say here, and where I might be right or wrong.