Thank you, Sherlock!
Just look at this:
"The calculation also takes into account the relative proportion of dark energy in the Universe. The equation was then juggled until the collection of binaries did indeed look like a uniform mix of directions. The results suggest that the Universe is made up of about 70% dark energy."
What a marvelous way of doing science!
What a wonderful method for confirming your theory!
Please, just try it!
Here it's in simple step by step instructions:
Doctor the data to fit whatever amount of unseen dark energy that your '105+-year'
theory says it mus exist.
If that doesn't do the trick for you, change the order of the equations of your '105+-year'
theory over and over again till you get the best of all orders for your '70% dark energy'
How large the amount of the data should be? Don't make it so large! Just take few snapshots of binary galaxies and make few assumptions about their rotation and orientation in space. Notice that they're galaxies and they take millions and hundreds of millions of years to let you conclude with certainty whether they're rotating or not and in what direction if any. And so, feel free and make as many assumptions as it suits your '70% dark energy'
Don't worry too much about how exactly your '70% dark energy'
Universe follows naturally and logically from a collections of snapshots of binary galaxies rotating in every possible directions. Because, in the final analysis, nobody knows; and really nobody really cares.