Equivalent gravity

Observation of Galileo: Mass does not affect the speed of gravity.

Explanation: This observation suggests that the force of gravity acts uniformly on all objects regardless of their mass. If gravity were solely dependent on mass, we would expect heavier objects to experience a stronger gravitational force or to be affected differently than lighter objects.

Einstein’s equation E=mc^2: Energy and mass equivalence.

Explanation: Einstein’s famous equation shows that mass and energy are interchangeable. This implies that energy, just like mass, can contribute to gravitational effects. Thus, gravity may be influenced by energy in addition to mass.

Maxwell’s equations: Changing speed of energy with μ0ε0.

Explanation: Maxwell’s equations reveal that the speed of electromagnetic energy is determined by the permeability and permittivity of the medium through which it travels. Changes in these properties can alter the speed of energy propagation, suggesting a mechanism by which energy can influence gravitational effects.

Einstein’s declaration on acceleration and gravity.

Explanation: Einstein’s theory of general relativity posits that gravitational effects arise from the curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of mass and energy. Acceleration, rather than force, is interpreted as the effect of gravity in this framework, further supporting the idea that energy plays a crucial role in gravitational phenomena.

Observations on energy deflection and sidebands generation

Explanation: Einstein’s theory of general relativity posits that gravitational effects arise from the curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of mass and energy. Empirical observations demonstrate that energy, in various forms, can be deflected and produce sidebands in electromagnetic fields. This suggests that energy itself can interact with gravitational fields, influencing their behavior and contributing to gravitational effects.

Observation on the involvement of energy density in field tilting

Explanation: Observation that tilts in μ0 and ε0 (non-resonant ratios) highlights the role of energy density in electromagnetic fields. This “tilting” shows that the distribution and concentration of energy can affect the curvature of spacetime and thus gravitational acceleration.

Observation on antenna design: Energy content influences energy path.

Explanation: Observation that the diameter, mass, or conductivity of antenna elements used to “bend EM energy suggests that it is the energy speed at the surface of the conductor (skin effect), rather than the mass, of the elements that determines its interaction with electromagnetic fields and gravitational forces. This further supports the idea that energy plays a primary role in gravitational effects