Vacuum density / Mass of Universe = Phi

As 93/55 = 1,6909090909 then isn’t it safe to assume that mass of the universe is in Phi proportion against the vacuum density? I mean the number is that close it got to be off just because 93 and 55 are not that accurate, right?

That would be nice to see, but the numbers are hard to nail down. Gets into accuracy of Planck masses and geometry of vacuum - spherical stacking or pure tetrahedron based architecture.