November 19, 2023
Condensed Gravitational Fields, (CGF), previously known as Dark Matter, extends the Universal Gravitational Constant of Einstein to incorporate similarities with the other three forces into a concept that provides a different and potentially more elegant explanation for the observed anomalous velocities in galaxies, which have traditionally been attributed to the presence of dark matter. If one considers that gravity, (like the other three forces), strengthens, (or condenses), in and around mass and matter, then it is possible to reevaluate Dark Matter as a consequence of that strengthening. Very similar to magnetic fields, gravity gets stronger around matter. This is fundamental to the “Inverse Square Law” in both Newton and Einstein theories.