The omniverse is composed of opposite polarity matter and antimatter universes of atoms composed of electrons and positrons, 2d and 3d photon quanta with opposite and like polarity to the monopole fields of stars and planets in each polarity universe, which capture magnetic moments induced by their ionized rotating cores powering high velocity ring currents of ionized atoms in the direction of core rotation.
Ring currents transform angular momentum of ring current rotation into dipole magnetic moments which induce their sum as a dipole magnetic field along the ring current rotation axis. In matter universes the like polarity pole to the monopole field is along the rotation axis away from the anti-clockwise rotating ring current face and in antimatter universes ring currents induce dipole fields with like polarity pole to the monopole field away from the clockwise rotating ring current face.
The fields of stars and planets induce dipole charge as charge sum induced in the same singularity at the center of embedded mass as inner frames cycle to the outer position. Atoms induce dipole charge as charge sum induced in the same instant by neutrons cycling positron trios with three electrons, and proton electron pairs induce dipole charge as sum of their opposite monopole charges.
Dipole charges induced in the same instant are attracted. Gravity is the sum of the attractive forces between dipole charges induced in the same instant. Like atoms in like energy states and solar and planetary fields induce induce dipole charge in the same instant, inducing attraction between fields and like atoms in like energy states.
Cycle rates of stars and planets are harmonic with cycle rates of embedded atoms which periodically cycle in the same instant as the ambient field, inducing attraction between fields and embedded fields. Gravity is the sum of the attractive forces between dipole charges induced in the same instant by solar and planetary fields, like atoms in like energy states and fields and embedded atoms.
Matter and antimatter universes are connected by wormholes which gravitationally attract and denature infalling matter and antimatter into ions and electrons. Ions, with like polarity to the monopole field, are attracted to the opposite polarity universe and in-fall through wormholes. Electrons are repelled by the like polarity of the opposite polarity universe and are ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets.
Infalling ions, stripped of electrons, denature into protons which denature into electrons and positrons which annihilate in pairs into high energy photons, resulting in residual positrons which with opposite polarity to the monopole field transform into electrons and are ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets.