If matter can be converted to energy, then if we allow Dark matter to be our "unobservable gravitatinal potential negative energy"

Then the inverse on "our" observable side to E=mC^2, would be C^2=E/m. Sense Dark matter is our negative energy(that really isn't negative), Looking at this equation from the point of veiw where Dark matter is the "observable energy" , then (DM/normal matter)^2=C . . .or . . .

. . .(268/049)^2=299145299145

if matter can be converted to energy, then why can't Dark matter be your "unobservable negative" gravitational potential energy? the up and the down anti-quark would hold your gravitational potential energy. With a combined mass of 7.2, times that by Dark energy, and it equals 4.9 . . . . Divide 2.683 by normal matter= sqrt. of C .

And 100/.268 =373 also 7.2^3 = 373 and Dark Energy times the sqrt. of C= 373