Undertaking
Metafield
Deposit 

An affair deserving of the headline:
The metagalactic reserve reaches the category B, the development
when "spouting wells still produce 1015fold more fluid than
pump machines turn out it", challenging the mechanicists of cosmology
to whom the metagalaxy (mistaken for the universe as well) seems
to be endowed everywhere with Lambda (the notorious dark energy),
and in this sense mechanized wholly.
The metagalaxy is flat in that metawells equipped with metapumps
are vertical, so its dimension is 2 corrected to observation,
and the metapump filling is identical to the Hubble constant
h_{100} (= 4/7 also to within observation).
As for the "gas" diminishing the metapump capacity, its separation
is adequate to the famous metagalactic parameters beta and
sigma_8 we derive from the dimension and h_{100}. 
(An inclined leg included: The local injection well,
a point in the vicinity of which by the Milky Way perforation hole/slot we dwell on,
drills the metagalaxy at the azimuth angle of arctg 3/4, nearly 37 degrees.) 
An impressive example:
There is an oil field being the spit and image (draft and design)
of the metagalaxy exploitation, namely the Samotlor field
in West Siberia (near Megion, Mega, etc. settlements)
in 1015th year of its exploitation (1981 in the middle).
In total oil reserve it is the largest field in Russia but
meangeometric among the largest in the world, 7 gigatons,
whose 3/7 are recoverable (designed in 1981 were 4/7),
in turn, whose 3/4 have already been recovered during 30 years.
In this sense the most interesting in the metagalaxy's fate,
including "gasliquid flooding" and "hydraulic fracturing",
is in the future, a lot of water will flow...

An embarrassing question:
How does pumping determine the barycenter b in the dipole
Matter  Vacuum? Let a well, a fluid's dynamic level
and a pump submerged be of depth 2100, 900 and 1200 respectively,
if literal, in meters. The weighting on the well's bottom
will then yield b = (2100  900)/2100 down to (2100  900)/2100,
just ^{34}/_{7}, or 0.40.6 to spare, or even the golden section to
the power of 12. The deeper the lower!
On the other hand, in spouting wells the fluid spills over
their heads due to the layer energy and injection, and
the weighting yield is (potentially larger than) 1, so the yield weighted
over the category B is somewhere under 1.
At last, according to cosmologies that treat pumping as
"acceleration in cosmic expansion", it starts at a "redshift"
of ^{34}/_{7}, or rather, started 46 billion years ago. 

