__is__the product of a time gradient.

The gradient in time between the Earth and space is incredibly small. Yet it takes escape velocity (11 kms) to move through this tiny little difference in time. Time is the mother of all forces.

E=mc2 is the amount of energy (in variable energy units of time) that matter displaces to produce the gradient. A sphere surrounding a mass (at any radius) is equivalent to its energy (currently expressed as gravitational potential). Converting the gravitational potential to gradient time we move from a theoretical property (gravity) to one that we can actually measure.

Unlike the simplified mathematical structure of gravity, a time gradient has complex real properties.

The amount of energy required to remove time from space increases as the mass density of space increases. This is the basis for the Energy-Time Tensor. The Energy-Time Tensor gives rise to other phenomena () in Wonderland but we will restrict this discussion to the Galactic Rotation Curves.

The energy required to displace a unit of time is not fixed. It requires less energy to displace time in weak gravitational fields. Therefore the “gravitational” potential displaces more time in weak space producing a greater force on a mass than calculated by Newton. The greater force corresponds to the observed Doppler shift (velocity proxy) in the Galactic Rotation Curves.

Fn= Gm1m2/r^2 Standard Gravitational Calculation

Mond=1.2e-10

FET=Fn x (1+ (Mond^2)/(Fn^2) )^1/3

The equation above roughly calculates the energy cost for a mass to displace time relative to a weak local gravitational field. Fn is the classic Newtonian calculation. Be careful to use the cube root and not the square root. It is the volume reverse of the time dilation equation.

This calculation uses the galactic mass that was visually measured for a galaxy (no dark matter calculated in). The acceleration of the temporal gradient (F) is in meters per second squared.

The 1.2e-10 term was publicly published by Mordehai Milgrom.