**Galaxies Have Gravity Gradients From Free Space to the CEPA**

**Abstract**

A new understanding of the mechanism of the universe is proposed by the idea of Charge Admittance, a novel hypothesis that reinterprets gravitational phenomena by considering the speed of energy as a variable dependent on energy density. By introducing the concept that energy speed increases near regions of high energy density, such as black holes, and decreases in low-density regions like deep space, we propose a new perspective on gravity. This hypothesis is framed without reference to mass, focusing solely on energy dynamics, and offers a potential explanation for observed gravitational effects, including those in the Pound-Rebka and JILA experiments. Additionally, we explore the implications of this theory on the Drake equation, suggesting a gravitational “Goldilocks zone” in galaxies where conditions for life are optimal.

**Introduction**

The traditional view of relativity posits that the speed of light (and thus the speed of energy) is constant in a vacuum. This paper challenges that notion by hypothesizing that the speed of energy varies with energy density. We aim to provide a new framework for understanding gravitational phenomena by examining the relationship between energy speed, energy density, and spatial conditions.

**Galactic Evolution**

Galactic evolution encompasses the complex processes that lead to the formation, growth, and maturation of galaxies, the universe’s most massive energy structures. The Quantum Dipole, or photon, serves as a fundamental building block, analogous to how an Aspen tree initiates a grove, establishing the cosmic lattice. Galaxies, conceptualized as vast energy structures, reveal new insights into their growth dynamics, driven by the accumulation and interaction of these energy quanta. Traditional views of black holes are being re-evaluated, with emerging theories suggesting they are not voids but “dark gray” spherical surfaces, introducing a new Gravitational Goldilocks zone. This perspective modifies our understanding of the conditions necessary for galaxy formation and the life-supporting potential within these cosmic entities.

**SEEP (Standardized Earth Electromagnetic Parameters)**

The Standardized Earth Electromagnetic Parameters (SEEP) framework introduces a systematic approach to standardizing Earth’s electromagnetic constants, such as permittivity (ε0), permeability (μ0), and the speed of light (c). By defining reference conditions at a specified altitude above Earth’s surface, SEEP aims to enhance the consistency and reliability of electromagnetic measurements across various scientific disciplines. This framework provides a crucial baseline for calibrating instruments and interpreting data, facilitating advancements in fields ranging from quantum mechanics and particle physics to cosmology. SEEP’s standardized parameters enable more accurate comparisons and validations of experimental results, fostering a deeper understanding of electromagnetic phenomena both on Earth and in the broader universe.

**Impedance of Galaxies**

Exploring the impedance of galaxies from open space to their central black holes reveals critical insights into the interaction between electromagnetic fields and cosmic structures. The impedance variations across different galactic regions highlight the influence of fundamental electromagnetic constants, such as permittivity and permeability, which are subject to change under extreme conditions. Notably, at the event horizon of black holes, the magnetic permeability (μ_{0}) approaches infinity, aligning with Stephen Hawking’s observations and providing a unique perspective on the behavior of electromagnetic fields in these extreme environments. Correlating these findings with SEEP standards allows for a standardized interpretation of impedance, enhancing our understanding of the electromagnetic properties of galaxies and their impact on cosmological observations.

**Implications Near Black Holes**

Near black holes, we hypothesize that the energy density reaches a saturation point, causing the speed of energy to approach its maximum. This saturation is analogous to the behavior of magnetic materials, which have a maximum flux capacity. In such high-density regions, the ability of the vacuum to transmit energy diminishes, resulting in a near-zero energy speed. Contrary to traditional views, we propose that black holes do not possess true event horizons. Instead, the apparent event horizon is a region where the speed of energy is minimal, preventing any further energy influx.

**Implications In Vacuum**

Due to the high rate of Quantum Admittance the speed of light (c) in traditional physics, the speed of light is near its maximum. At this time, nothing has been found that limits the speed to the current limit except the values of ** μ_{0} and/or ε_{0}** which seemingly can be higher – unless it is “dark energy.” This implies that regions where the energy speed changes significantly over short distances exhibit stronger gravitational effects.

**Mathematical Formulation**

Energy Density and Speed of Energy: We propose that the speed of energy (c) is inversely related to the square root of the energy density (ρE), such that: ρE∝c^{2}. We suggest that gravitational acceleration (g_{v}) can be interpreted as the *gradient* of the energy speed (d_{c}) over a given distance (d_{x}): g_{v}=d_{c}/d_{x}

**Cosmic Implications**

We introduce a new factor to the Drake equation, fv, representing the variability of energy speed. This factor suggests that there exists a “Goldilocks zone” in galaxies where the conditions for life are optimal, based on the balance of energy speed and gravitational effects. The Drake equation estimates the number of active, communicative extraterrestrial civilizations in the Milky Way galaxy. Your hypothesis implies that regions where the speed of energy is optimal for life could influence this equation.

**Traditional Drake Equation:** **N=R∗⋅fp⋅ne⋅fl⋅fi⋅fc⋅L**

Where:

R∗: Average rate of star formation.

fp: Fraction of stars with planetary systems.

ne: Number of planets that could support life.

fl: Fraction of planets where life actually appears.

fi: Fraction of life that develops intelligence.

fc: Fraction of civilizations that develop a technology to release detectable signs.

L: Length of time such civilizations release detectable signals.

**Modified Drake Equation:** **N=R∗⋅fp⋅ne⋅fl⋅fi⋅fc⋅ fv⋅L**

Where:

fv: Regions with optimal rate of energy speed change (gravity) for life:

**Not only do planets have to be in Goldilocks zones around their star. but their star needs to be in a Goldilocks zone round its black hole.**

This hypothesis contrasts with conventional theories by attributing gravitational effects to variations in energy speed rather than spacetime curvature. We discuss potential experimental validations, such as reinterpretations of the Pound-Rebka experiment and findings from JILA. Additionally, we address the limitations of this theory and its compatibility with existing observations.

**Conclusion**

In summary, this paper bridges the concepts of galactic evolution, standardized electromagnetic parameters, and the impedance of galaxies to provide a unified framework for understanding cosmic and electromagnetic phenomena. By examining galaxies as vast energy structures and re-evaluating the nature of black holes, we introduce a novel perspective on galactic dynamics and the conditions necessary for their formation and growth. The SEEP framework offers a standardized approach to electromagnetic measurements, facilitating consistent and reliable scientific observations. Finally, the analysis of galactic impedance from open space to black hole cores reveals significant implications for our understanding of electromagnetic fields in extreme conditions. These integrated insights advance our knowledge of the universe, laying the groundwork for future research that further bridges the gap between cosmology and electromagnetism.

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