40- gravitational interference patterns

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Gravitational interference patterns

Wave-like properties caused by gravitational energy gradients of entangled particles

The energy of 123d space forms a gravitational energy gradient to provide directional balance to differential in energy density of the 2-D e-+/e+- particles and that of adjacent 123d space. 123d space forms a gravitational gradient by increasing the ratio of its potential energy (number of basic 1-D units of 123d space per area or volume) to its kinetic energy (rate of motion of 1-D basic units of 123d space relative to each other) inward toward a body of mass, resulting in a slower rate of electromagnetic (e-m) interaction, and a slower rate of time nearer to the body of mass.

If an observer does not take a measurement, he or she may “see” or experience the shared center of gravity of entangled particles as existing midway between them.  The observer is seeing the entire energy system, so he or she observes the directionally balanced energy system, which possesses a center of gravity midway between the entangled particles. But the passive observer may also see the overlapping gravitational energy gradients of the individual entangled particles, resulting in an interference pattern. In both cases, the passive observer is seeing the effects of the entire directionally balanced energy system - and may observe wave-like properties, such as interference patterns of the gravitational gradients.

All unidirectional or quantum properties of entangled particles are hidden or masked by their equal and opposing directionality and interchanging identities with every e-m interaction. However, the gravitational gradients of the entangled particles, and their shared center of gravity of the entangled energy system they compose, cannot be hidden or cloaked by opposing directionality since gravitational gradients consist of non-electromagnetic energy, and do not oscillate between high and low energy levels like electromagnetic energy. So gravitational gradients possess unidirectionality within entangled energy systems that may be observed without measurement (e.g., such as interference of overlapping gravitational energy gradients).

If an observer measures a property of the entangled energy system, he or she focuses on that property resulting in proportionally less focus on all other properties of the energy system.  An active observer or measurer, then, observes a single particle, and sees the center of gravity existing at the center of that particle (or another unidirectional property being measured, such as charge or spin) - and as a result, observes unidirectional or particle-like properties within a directionally balanced energy system, such as an entangled energy system.

 

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40- gravitational interference pattern

To explore traditional views on gravitational energy waves, see "Gravitational wave" on Wikipedia.