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Gravitational energy gradients are formed by the inherent energy of 123d space to provide directional balance to unidirectional energy.  Unlike magnetic energy formed by 123d space with energy temporarily transferred to it by electric energy (as the electric energy moves to a lower energy level), a gravitational energy gradient is formed by changing proportionalities of potential energy of 123d space to kinetic energy of 123d space inward toward a body of mass.

The potential energy of 123d space consists of the energy "tied up" (i.e., confined) in its basic 1-D bidirectional units of energy (and therefore number of basic 1-D units of energy per area or volume), while its kinetic energy consists of the rate of motion of the basic 1-D units of 123d space relative to each other. Approaching a body of mass, the gravitational energy gradient consists of a higher and higher density of basic 1-D units of 123d space, and a proportionally slower and slower rate of motion of the basic 1-D units of energy relative to each other.

To summarize, a gravitational energy gradient is formed as the amount of potential energy of 123d space increases, and the amount of kinetic energy of 123d space proportionally decreases inward toward a body of mass.  This results in a slower rate of electromagnetic interaction, or a slower rate of time (time dilation), nearer and nearer to the center of gravity. So near a body of mass, the inherent energy of 123d space becomes lazier and "thicker," with a greater number of its 1-D units of energy per unit area or unit volume.

Electric energy moves outward to a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to adjacent 123d space, which reacts by forming directionally opposing magnetic energy. The electric energy might only transfer its energy to the potential energy of 123d space - if it transferred energy to the kinetic energy of 123d space, this might result in a greater directional imbalance - or a higher energy level. The stronger the gravitational energy gradient, the greater the amount of potential energy of 123d space is available per electromagnetic interaction, so that in this case, one quantum of the energy of 123d space is equal to more than “h” amount of energy. This means that the inherent energy of 123d space can provide more than "h" amount of magnetic energy per electromagnetic interaction within a strong gravitational energy gradient. If the above is true, then the rate of electromagnetic interaction within a strong gravitational energy gradient (i.e., near a large body of mass) will slow down. In other words, the electric energy can move further outward to a lower energy level because it can transfer more of its energy to the magnetic energy formed by 123d space.

In this model, the rate of electromagnetic (e-m) interaction is directly proportional to the rate of time, since time energy is produced during each e-m interaction, totaling one quantum of time energy per e-m interaction to provide directional balance to the one quantum of magnetic energy. However, unlike its "sister" magnetic energy, time energy immediately dissipates back into 123d space as random energy as it forms.

If above is incorrect, and electric energy actually moves outward to a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to the kinetic energy of 123d space, forming opposing magnetic and time energy in the process, then the rate of electromagnetic interaction would be dependent upon the amount of available kinetic energy of 123d space. Since there is less and less kinetic energy of 123d space inward toward a body of mass, the rate of electromagnetic interaction would slow down, resulting in time dilation. In other words, one of two scenarios may exist. Either ....

1) The electric energy moves outward to a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to the potential energy of 123d space, and the amount of energy of 123d space available per electromagnetic interaction within a strong gravitational energy gradient is greater than Planck's constant, h, and the rate of electromagnetic interaction decreases (i.e., time dilation) due to a larger amount of potential energy of 123d space available per e-m interaction, or ....

2) The electric energy moves outward to a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to the kinetic energy of 123d space, and the amount of available energy of 123d space per e-m electromagnetic interaction within a strong gravitational energy gradient is the same as Planck's constant, h. In this case, the rate of electromagnetic interaction decreases (i.e., time dilation) due to less kinetic energy - the kinetic energy is available - it just takes longer to displace (or capture, or confine) because it is less energetic.

Whatever it is about a gravitational energy gradient that causes time dilation, and in this model, a corresponding slower rate of electromagnetic interaction, it has significant implications for atomic structure and the atomic nuclear environment. The gravitational energy gradient in conjunction with entanglement most likely govern the structure of the atom and the size of its orbital and nuclear particles.

 

To explore traditional views on Planck's constant, h, see "Planck constant" in Wikipedia.