Relative Motion of Vectors Produces Fields

I have observed that the radials of two circles when in motion relative to one another produce optical interference patterns in the form of a dipole field.

Even more interesting is that when you pass the centers of the circles through one another, a mathematical singularity occurs and produces the predicted field of a black hole! I captured the effect and posted it on YouTube (embedded below):

The image below emphasizes my observation.


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