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Equation of Gravity
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 G = energetic matter space

Our universe as well as everything that exists therein was essentially created by the swirling and spinning movement of energetic matter. Every swirling formation has its own space and time and maintains its independence from other formations. Galaxies have shrinking and inflating properties. These two forces continuously interact to reach equilibrium and maintain their space. A stronger formation will swallow a weaker one that enters its space. However, if the weaker formation keeps its distance and proportional energetic momentum, it will survive.

The continuous competition between pulling and pushing forces is known as gravity. According to the Pauli’s Exclusive Principle, gravity is the energetic activity of all formations — from subatomic formations to universes — and maintains their existence.

Newton and Einstein’s equations on gravity are well known. To follow is an additional approach to the behavior of gravity in different phases.

 G = energetic matter space

If energetic matter is highly concentrated in a limited area, gravity is correspondingly high and vice versa. We can think of gravity as concentrated energetic matter in a particular space: the more concentrated the matter, the higher the level of gravity. The best examples of this are low-energy phases. However, as in high phases, other factors also contribute to the force of gravity.

Every energetic formation preserves energy in order to survive. To escape from an incoming swirl, an energetic formation must accumulate additional energy. Yet the outcome of this energy accumulation raises a paradox. One would think that high-energy formations would survive longer than low-energy formations, but the opposite is true. High-energy formations expel their energy rapidly, and as a result their waves cannot grow. For example, a mainly energetic binary star has a shorter life span than a magnetically-dominated star. Magnetic properties enhance the ability to store energy, which ensures a longer lifespan. The male form in all species seems to be more aligned with the energetically-inclined part of our universe, while females seem to be more attached to its magnetic dimension. This, then, may account for female’s longer life expectancy. As discussed in the chapter on wave theory and life, behavioral genes are part of all natural formations from their inception (see Wave Theory and Life).

Gravity is essentially the relationship between formations in their energetic paths to their swirls. This phenomenon is very complex, as it entails forces both within and between formations. Many other factors also influence gravity.

1. The main Kerr swirl (vortex) has attraction properties as well as pushing properties, both of which impact the same types of swirls.

2. The magnetic Schwarzschild swirl has even stronger attraction properties, although it also exhibits some pushing behaviours. In fact, all atoms possess both these dimensions.

3. The rules that govern the behavior of swirls have a bearing on gravity: for example, planets swirling around the sun.

4. Furthermore, in every constellation, the magnetic loop maintains its energetic formations (see wave theory).

5. Gravity similarly includes both attraction and repulsion properties.

Pictures depict the expulsion of energetic matter from the sun’s surface. As a result of its inflationary energy, this matter seeks to escape from the sun, which simultaneously attempts to pull it back. Therefore, its path is comprised of linked swirls, which form a semi-circle (half-wave) in which both ends connect with the sun's surface. This swirling propagating motion is active, not passive. The matter moves freely and demonstrates true energetic behavior (see picture, right).

Gravity is much more than the mere pulling properties of a magnetic loop. Two objects of equal gravitational strength repel each other. However, in a scenario with two objects of unequal strength, the stronger takes on wrapping properties. Since objects tend to fall along energetic paths, their descent follows a parabolic path. This movement is influenced by the energetic and magnetic loops of both formations.

Understanding gravity from an intellectual standpoint is much easier than formulating its principles mathematically. Gravity is the relationship between the energetic interaction of two objects and the distance between them. The equations of Newton and Einstein are correct in broad terms. However, from a strict mathematical perspective, we must consider many parameters, due to the following factors:

1. Every object is composed of waves that contain two swirls. Each wave consists of different forces.

2. Planets, satellites, and comets orbit around large objects in stable swirling paths. Consequently, in addition to attraction, repulsion and momentum, many other properties must be taken into account.

The laws of nature are based on simplicity, but are nonetheless extremely sophisticated. After the Big Bang, the swirling properties of energetic matter have constituted the wellspring of the universe’s behavior.

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