Is Dark Matter and Dark Energy a product of deformations within space-time?

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I understand that Gravity is seen as the result of the mass deforming space-time. So Dark Matter could be seen as the deformations in space-time where no mass is present. Could Dark Energy then be seen as expansion of space-time as it returning to its original state as this Dark Matter deformation is relieved ?

If so what could have produced this deformations and when and how did it happen?

The only thought I have is that this could have occurred during or at the end of the cosmic inflation phase after the Big Bang. With the universe expanding at or in excess of the speed of light any mass that was created could not maintain this velocity. The surface of the expanding balloon, or universe, would then tend to collapse around areas containing this new mass as the mass velocity would suddenly reduce to an allowable limit. This would have the effect of creating shock waves, within and around the areas of mass. Would this then appear as these deformation in space-time that we call Dark Matter? Could this also isolate these areas from the surrounding space still expanding at the speed of light, having the possible effect of stabilising space-time within these areas?

I see these waves as the inverse of the waves formed after dropping a stone into water. With a intense plume at the centre (which would form the initial black hole), a section of mass and ripples (that would form a galaxy with the mass collection at the bottom of these ripples) and an area of intense distortion at the edges as this areas tries to tear itself away from the rapidly expanding space around it (areas of Dark Matter).

My questions are

Could the properties of space-time allow for these waves or deformations be generated as the mass was created in the inflation phase?

Could the effects of relativity mean that we would see the expansion of these shock waves being slowed down to the a period close to the age of the universe or longer and hence what we now see as dark energy ?

Would the expansion of these shock waves produce the energy needed to match that proposed by Dark Energy?

Would we see that older galaxy's having greater dark mass and larger black holes as suggested by Christopher Carilli and the team from Californian and the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.
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