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Ripple effect: scientists await word on gravitational waves

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A century ago, Albert Einstein hypothesized the existence of gravitational waves, small ripples in space and time that dash across the universe at the speed of light.

But scientists have been able to find only indirect evidence of their existence. On Thursday, at a news conference called by the U.S. National Science Foundation, researchers may announce at long last direct observations of the elusive waves.Such a discovery would represent a scientific landmark, opening the door to an entirely new way to observe the cosmos and unlock secrets about the early universe and mysterious objects like black holes and neutron stars.Scientists from the California Institute of Technologyicon1.png, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration are set to make what they bill as a "status report" on Thursday on the quest to detect gravitational waves. It is widely expected they will announce they have achieved their goal."Let's say this: The first discovery of gravitational waves is a Nobel Prize-winning venture," said physicist Bruce Allen of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Hannover, Germany."I believe in the next decade, our view of the universe is going to change really quite dramatically," added Abhay Ashtekar, director of Penn State University's Institute for Gravitation and the Cosmos.Einstein in 1916 proposed the existence of these waves as an outgrowth of his ground-breaking general theory of relativity.

"Gravitational waves are literally ripples in the curvature of space-time that are caused by collisions of heavy and compact objects like black holes and neutron stars," Ashtekar said.

'MOVING MASSES'

"They're waves, like light or any other kind of electromagnetic radiation, except here what's 'waving' is space and time itself," said NASA astrophysicist Ira Thorpe, with the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. "You get radiation, basically light, when you move some sort of charged particle. When you're moving masses, you get gravitational waves."

Scientists have been trying to detect them using two large laser instruments in the United States, known together as the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), as well as another in Italy.  The twin LIGO installations are located roughly 1,800 miles (3,000 km) apart in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington. Having two detectors is a way to sift out terrestrial rumblings, such as traffic and earthquakes, from the faint ripples of space itself.

The LIGO work is funded by the National Science Foundation, an independent agency of the U.S. government.

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How did Einstein get all the attention? Tesla, who actually accomplished things, has only recently been acknowledged as the true scientist and innovator. 

Don't scientists have to figure out what gravity is before they can detect gravitational waves? 

http://i0.wp.com/www.themoderngnostic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ocean3.jpg?zoom=2&resize=738%2C566

 

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einstein is an organ grinder's monkey,

like nye, degrasse, hawking (it's not even hawking anymore, but the show must go on)

 

the cult of personailty to mislead and misdirect

 

http://i67.tinypic.com/rclzwn.jpg

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11 hours ago, seeker said:

einstein is an organ grinder's monkey,

like nye, degrasse, hawking (it's not even hawking anymore, but the show must go on)

 

the cult of personailty to mislead and misdirect

 

http://rclzwn.jpg

What is that picture? The movie actor? I always see this one.

http://www.bing.com/th?id=VQ.422870356957&w=400&h=225&c=7&rs=2&qlt=90&pid=1.7

We are to believe that he has been married and can speak so eloquently with a voice synthesizer. The man is barely alive, for Pete's sake. His brain is gone.

So what is this LIGO sham all about? Science has perfected one proof: how to fleece the sheeple.

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5 minutes ago, grav said:

What is that picture? The movie actor? I always see this one.

http://www.bing.com/th?id=VQ.422870356957&w=400&h=225&c=7&rs=2&qlt=90&pid=1.7

We are to believe that he has been married and can speak so eloquently with a voice synthesizer. The man is barely alive, for Pete's sake. His brain is gone.

So what is this LIGO sham all about? Science has perfected one proof: how to fleece the sheeple.

When you have done something significant & made an achievement that's worthy of praise & acknowledgement.... do you really have to pour tons of time, effort, and funding into the presentation of what you're trying to BS others with?   That's what all these showxters do, pour tons of time & funding & graphics/cartoons into their presentations, there's usually never any substance in 3D reality to any of it, but the presentations are fantastic so let's dump truck all our moneys after drooling over their cartoons!

The science behind what they allegedly discovered, how small it was to detect, just all of it.... it's so nonsensical & ridiculous, 99+% of the public who can't brain their ways out of their dirty diapers just hear this stuff and go into a trance of amazement.   Though after watching their little presentation I couldn't help but think about a couple things.

Ever notice how black holes are presented.... to me they all look like a burn or punch hole in a mirror dome above... http://astrocampschool.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Grav-Lens.png

https://debangshu99.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wpid-img_20150709_113836.jpg

https://qph.is.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-1b5ae44985ff15cbd19a40a56948b9e9?convert_to_webp=true

Kind of like someone put a shiny bowl on top of our terrarium here and someone got conCERNed about it so they punched a hole in it...... now what the Hell is on the other side of these?  Did 2 burn holes in the bowl above somehow melt into one bigger hole and this is what they're saying in code?

http://nerdist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/041114_blackholesmerging_BohnViaPopSci-970x545.png

 

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It seems it's all hands to the pump for the mainstream science propoganda organisation. To me this gravity wave bollocks is an attempt at damage limitation - damage caused by people questioning the whole basis of modern science

Global earth theory is being attacked with logic,common sense and a will to experiment to get at the truth.

I watched the bbc news report yesterday - brought a smile to my face  by trying to convince us Einstein's theory has been vindicated yet again whilst showing us a photo of the late ,old plagiarist sticking his tongue out at the camera(and at us). Hidden in plain sight.

Its a big sign that the FErs are on to something.

The truth about earth can't be hidden forever!! Interesting times indeed.The evil PTB must be getting very worried.

 

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57 minutes ago, JibbyJedi said:

When you have done something significant & made an achievement that's worthy of praise & acknowledgement.... do you really have to pour tons of time, effort, and funding into the presentation of what you're trying to BS others with?   That's what all these showxters do, pour tons of time & funding & graphics/cartoons into their presentations, there's usually never any substance in 3D reality to any of it, but the presentations are fantastic so let's dump truck all our moneys after drooling over their cartoons!

The science behind what they allegedly discovered, how small it was to detect, just all of it.... it's so nonsensical & ridiculous, 99+% of the public who can't brain their ways out of their dirty diapers just hear this stuff and go into a trance of amazement.   Though after watching their little presentation I couldn't help but think about a couple things.

Ever notice how black holes are presented.... to me they all look like a burn or punch hole in a mirror dome above... http://astrocampschool.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Grav-Lens.png

https://debangshu99.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/wpid-img_20150709_113836.jpg

https://qph.is.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-1b5ae44985ff15cbd19a40a56948b9e9?convert_to_webp=true

Kind of like someone put a shiny bowl on top of our terrarium here and someone got conCERNed about it so they punched a hole in it...... now what the Hell is on the other side of these?  Did 2 burn holes in the bowl above somehow melt into one bigger hole and this is what they're saying in code?

http://nerdist.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/041114_blackholesmerging_BohnViaPopSci-970x545.png

 

Aaaaaa! Those #*** space images! When I see them now I try to figure how they made them in their kitchens. I won't derail the thread by going to the Thunderdome, but I really really want to. We need a dome thread, seriously. Only Jibby and I would post on it prolly.

But the topic is gravitational waves. One of the LIGO sites is in Louisiana, about 30 to 40 miles from me. Mr. grav thinks it's where they make ball bearings! :biggrin: Now that would be a useful enterprise. But this! As Colonel Potter would say,

 

 

 

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I like the dome - it fits with Fe theory , Keeps our atmosphere in and probably a fair bit of junk out

The old peoples believed it was there and their knowledge was extensive.

Maybe that's why all ancient knowledge is locked away from the good people because once we find the truth the ruling idiots will suffer.

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Our tv are goin HD4K300MHZREFRESH ULTRA NINER,IS THERE A NINER IN THERE?LOL.BUT SERIOUSLY THE DOME COULD  BE CRAZY MEGAPIXELS

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The 3 of us, maybe more, have a lot of respect for long-gone cultures. Many of them believed a dome or firmament was up there. Some of them said the dome separated the waters, probably fresh vs salt.

Mmm, the Research thread only has 2 sources. Not enough. We need more.

Dome/Firmament

• article, http://www.wildheretic.com/there-is-glass-in-the-sky/

• video, "Scientists discover Earth’s Star Trek style invisible shield (The Firmament Glass Sky)"

 

 

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Over the years I have gradually realised that there could be a dome. Hints from various scientific discoveries -

the van allen belts,the magnetosphere.the ionosphere which I believe reflects radio waves back to earth.

I once read an  article ,written by a scientist,  about an upper atmospheric layer which could best be described as a glasslike layer. Wish I could recall who wrote it.

An aussie research scientist , Cleo Loi I believe, has found a " force field" high above the earth .

I am sure mainstream science will try to rationalise it all with global earth theory but for me it's a dome.

Maybe we can get through into outer space but it seems nothing is as we have been led to believe.

I will try to make time to research more.

There is far more to our history , most of it is hidden.

Good night , God bless.

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I read about how the experiment was performed. Makes sense. But I still don't know how they get any signals out that far. Supposedly  they used lasers. So I guess the gravity wave hit earth?  The nearest galaxy is how far? 

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