The omniverse is matter and antimatter universes of atoms composed of electrons and positrons, with opposite and like polarity to the fields of stars and planets in each polarity universe, which capture monopole charge and dipole magnetic moments, induced by their ionized rotating cores and transform photons into protons, which transform with electrons captured by solar winds into elements, increasing the mass of stars, planets and interstellar mass from solar winds, CMEs and supernovas.
Gravity is sum of attractive forces between dipole charges induced in the same instant. Atoms induce dipole charge as charge sum by neutrons as three electrons cycle positron trios through singularity in the same instant atomic proton electron pairs induce opposite monopole charges. Fields induce dipole charge as charge sum as field lines transformed from electrons cycle monopole charge and repelling forces between core ions through singularity at the center of embedded mass.
Like atoms in like energy states induce dipole charge in the same instant. Ions composing the cores of stars and planets induce monopole charge in the same instant and like charges induced in the same instant are repelled by forces captured by the field which transforms charge induced by core ions into dipole charge in the same instant fields induce dipole charge at the center of embedded mass.
Gravity is the sum of dipole charges induced in the same instant by solar and planetary fields, by fields and core ions, by like atoms in like energy states and fields and embedded atoms, which periodically induce dipole charge in the same instant as the ambient field.
In a new study, the team discovered that star formation is a self-regulatory process. In other words, stars themselves set their own masses. This helps explain why stars formed in disparate environments still have similar masses. ScienceDaily 9/22
The lifeforce is natural intelligence composing the holographic dimension of field lines dropping from the ionosphere current sheet eight times per second, draping landscape and lifeform surfaces between cycles and informing the spirits of biosphere lifeforms composing the holographic dimension of their bioelectric fields which cycle through singularity in the same instant on field lines of twin phase electrons draping cell surfaces between cycles and projecting holograms controlling the sequence of cellular processes and lifeform behavior appropriate for development stage and ambient conditions.
The fields of stars and planets capture dipole magnetic moments induced by rotation of their ionized cores, transforming rotational angular momentum into a vector force which increases the orbital angular momentum of high velocity ring currents of embedded ions around stars and planets, in the direction of core rotation.
Ring current ions transform orbital momentum into dipole moments and ring currents transform the sum of moments into 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 anticlockwise rotating face. In antimatter universes the like polarity pole is along the rotation axis away from the clockwise rotating face.
Matter and antimatter universes are attracted by gravity and connected by wormholes. Infalling atoms denature into ions and electrons, electrons are repelled by the like polarity of the opposite polarity universe and ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets. Infalling ions are attracted by the opposite polarity universe, denature into protons, which denature into four electrons and nine positrons electrons and positrons annihilate into photons resulting in residual positrons which transform into electrons and are ejected from wormholes in high velocity jets.
New research suggests an unseen ‘mirror world’ 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.
ScienceDaily May 2022
. It’s known as the Shapley Supercluster. It contains more than 8000 galaxies and has a mass of more than ten million billion Suns. The Shapley Supercluster is, in fact, the most massive galaxy cluster within a billion light years, and we and every galaxy in our corner of the Universe are moving toward it.