Where does dark matter and dark energy exist in the universe?

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Where does dark matter and dark energy exist in the universe?
Moving objects will cause dark matter and dark energy to move along with it. Dark matter and dark energy are arranged to form circles around the object. These circles continuously develop a radius of a geometric progression (scale factor is approximately 4.5). Actually it is only approximate to a geometric progression in the following sense: Rn+1 = k^n +Rn( k = 4.5 and R1 = 1ly ).

Dark matter and dark energy alternate with each other like negative charges and positive charges.
• in the distance from 0 to 1ly: dark matter exists.
• in the distance from 1ly to 5.5ly: dark energy exists.
• in the distance from 5.5ly to 25.7 5ly: dark matter exists.
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• in the distance from 10.68 kly to 48.04 kly: dark energy exists.
Dark matter and dark energy are like iron molecules. The iron molecules will be aligned in the direction of the magnetic field. Dark matter and dark energy will be arranged under the influence of ordinary matter.
Dark matter and dark energy only work in areas where they exist. This is the difference between ordinary matter and dark matter, dark energy.
Dark matter and dark energy are like a magnet. If they turn in this direction, they are called dark matter and when they turn in the opposite direction they are called dark energy. The objects in the universe compete for each other to entice dark matter and dark energy.
manifestations of dark matter and dark energy in the universe
• in the distance from 0 to 1ly: dark matter exists. 1ly is the border of cloud Oort. Dark matter in this area affects Kepler's law3 and makes it no longer exactly as expected.
• in the distance from 1ly to 5.5ly: dark energy exists. Stars in Star clusters push each other very strong. So it is easy to disintegrate. Double star systems can not survive at this distance either. Objects at this distance will be pushed out of the solar system. I hope that the astronomical data will prove this.
• in the distance from 10.68 kly to 48.04 kly: dark energy exists. It is the reason for the strange appearance of Hoag's Object.
 
Jun 2016
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You seem to have defined some quite precise distances
On what information have you constructed your model?
Are you suggesting sharp edged bands or perhaps a gradual
shading from predominantly "normal" to predominantly "dark" matter (and back again)?