fluid gravitational entanglement


Blackholes, galaxies, dark matter and dark energy generation contain common elements rooted in a system of hydrodynamic gravitational oscillating densities.

The work and theories are based on concise fluidic experiments with oscillating (60hz) films and documented comparative astrophysical observations, which replicate many types of events and structural morphology independent of star formation and orbits. The variable elements of the hydrodynamic events are monopolar field expansion rate, oscillation frequency/amplitude and mass/size.

The equivalent of a typical galaxy vibrating at 60hz is 30-40 million years per hertz.

Shadowgraph flow visualization (transparent-opaque) of gravitational waves, collisions/ejections and lensing all occur in one monopolar fluid domain. Nuclear interaction of fluid and oscillating bodies is hydrodynamic. Chaotic two-body collisions relax to form one system i.e., blackholes.


Fluidic model of two colliding blackholes.

Sequences of two body collisions and ejection/jet event.

           Sequences of oscillating/opaque nuclei with detail of radiating waves

Fluid ejection and post ring artifact sequences


Sequences of oscillating transparent nucleus with detail of radiating waves.

Galaxies with oscillating gravitational arm/wave features.

Sequences of oscillating and colliding opaque nuclei.

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