Introduction

This chart show the relationships of various space characteristics:

Open Space: The speed of light (c) is at its maximum, unaffected by perpendicular space impedance (no gravitational vectors).

Near Black Holes: In regions of extreme energy density, the speed of light significantly decreases due to the intense gravitational field,

ParameterBlack holeOpen Space
ε0 – PermittivityHighLow
μ0 – PermeabilityHighLow
Contour Tilt90 Vertical – towards energy0 Horizontal – parallel to energy
Gravitational accelerationHigh – Near speed of CLow – Near Zero
C speedSlow – Near zeroFast – Near maximum

Seen By Observer: (an outside intelligence observing energy in its travels)

The observer cannot see the speed or the ε0 and μ0 fields

The wavelengths appear longer as gravity stretches the energy in its travel

ParameterBlack holeOpen Space
WaveLongShort
StretchOutIn
FreqLowHigh
ColorRedUltra violet
EnergyLowHigh
GravityNear infiniteNone

Seen By Energy: (The intelligence carried along with energy)

As energy moves through different media, impedance changes, changing the speed of energy.

Energy feels these speed changes as gravity

Energy remains a stable dipole that feels the different fields

ParameterBlack holeOpen Space
WaveNCNC
StretchNCNC
FreqNCNC
ColorNCNC
EnergyNCNC
GravityNCNC

Counterintuitive Aspects Revealed Between the Charts

Where Gravitational acceleration is higher it appears to an observer that energy is the lowest however the energy density is the highest.

Gravity converts speed from kinetic energy through the potential energy it imparts to the Admittance field. When energy is raised against the force of gravity, work is done to lift it, and this work is stored as potential energy in the gravitational field. This potential energy can then be converted back into kinetic energy when the field is allowed to return to equilibrium. This process is integral to many natural phenomena and is indeed a crucial aspect of how energy is conserved and transferred in gravitational systems.