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The fields of stars and planets capture monopole charge and dipole moments induced by their ionized rotating cores trapped in cycling frames by field lines transformed from electrons which cycle through nested frame positions as the inner frame cycles to the outer position, captures charge and moments induced by core ions and electrons intersecting the core between cycles.

Atoms are composed of electrons and positron trios, 2d and 3d photon quanta with opposite and like polarity to the fields of stars and planets in each polarity universe of monopole charge induced by their ionized rotating cores, trapped in cycling frames by field lines transformed from electrons.

Solar and planetary fields capture dipole moments induced by their ionized rotating cores, transforming the angular momentum of core rotation into a vector force which increases the momentum of embedded ions in the direction of core rotation and powers high velocity ionized ring currents around stars and planets which increases the angular momentum of ring current ions and embedded orbiting bodies.

Ring current ions transform orbital angular momentum into dipole moments which induce their sum as a dipole field along the ring current rotation axis. In matter universes the like polarity pole to the monopole fields of stars and planets is along the rotation axis away from the clockwise rotating ring current face. In antimatter universes the like polarity pole is along the rotation axis away from the clockwise rotating face.

DIPOLE MOMENTS

Gravity is the sum of attractive forces between dipole charges induced in the same instant. Like atoms in like energy states induce dipole charge in the same instant; atomic neutrons inducing dipole charge cycling positron trios through singularity with three electrons, in the same instant atomic proton electron pairs induce dipole charge as sum of their opposite monopole charges.

Solar and planetary fields induce dipole charge in the same instant, cycling charge and moments induced by core ions through singularity at the center of embedded mass with field lines transformed from electrons. Fields periodically induce dipole charge in the same instant as embedded atoms. Gravity is sum of the attractive forces between dipole charges induced in the same instant by fields, by like atoms in like energy states, and by fields and embedded atoms.

Solar fields capture dipole magnetic moments induced by their ionized rotating cores, transforming the angular momentum of core rotation into a vector force which increases the momentum of embedded ions in the direction of core rotation, and increases the angular momentum of high velocity ring currents of ionized coronal plasma around solar equatorial planes.

Solar fields capture monopole charge induced in the same instant by core ions and repelling forces which increase inversely as the square of the distance between core ions. When the fields of first generation stars are disrupted by gravitational collapse the repelling force between core ions is restored powering a supernova explosion powering a high velocity expanding, rotating ring of ionized coronal mass and electrons, embedded in the field of the embedded star,

The vector force powers rotation, and the repelling force between core
The repelling force between core ions of powers high velocity expansion of a ring of ionized coronal mass composed of ionized plasma and electrons trapped on field line draping the leading edge of the , expanding in the equatorial plane of the exploded star.

New research suggests an unseen ‘mirror wo rld’ of particles that interacts with our world only via gravity that might be the key to solving a major puzzle in cosmology today — the Hubble constant problem. The Hubble constant is the rate of expansion of the universe today. Predictions for this rate are significantly slower than the rate found by our most precise local measurements. This discrepancy is one that many cosmologists have been trying to solve by changing our current cosmological model.

Unseen ‘mirror world’

WORMHOLES
Matter and antimatter universes are attracted by gravity, and wormholes between counter rotating, opposite polarity galaxies, attract and denature infalling matter and antimatter which spirals anticlockwise into wormholes from matter universes and antimatter spirals clockwise into wormholes from antimatter universes.

Gravity increases the angular momentum of infalling matter and antimatter atoms and frictional forces denature atoms into ions and electrons. Ions transform angular momentum into dipole moments and sum of moments as a dipole magnetic field along the wormhole rotation axis.

Each dipole of the wormhole field attracts infalling ions toward the opposite polarity universe and repelling electrons stripped from infalling ions which are ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets. Stripped of electrons infalling ions are denatured into protons.

Protons denature into electrons and positrons, and electron positron pairs annihilate into photons, resulting in residual positrons which, with opposite polarity to the monopole fields of stars and planets, transform into electrons, which are ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets.

Our galaxy, and 100,000 of our neighboring galaxies, are hurtling towards a massive point in the universe known as “The Great Attractor”. This region of space is about 220 million light years away and is what scientists call a gravitational anomaly. Just how massive and powerful is this region? Take into consideration that of the 300 billion stars in the Milky Way, most of them are a lot smaller than our sun. The Great Attractor is believed to have the mass of a quadrillion suns.

Our galaxy is headed towards a massive region of space. Fast.

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