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TOPIC: Gravity Waves discovered? NOPE, Simplex Electromagnetic Phase Rarefaction/Retardation

Gravity Waves discovered? NOPE, Simplex Electromagnetic Phase Rarefaction/Retardation 25 Feb 2016 20:51 #1

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Published on Feb 11, 2016
Gravity Waves discovered? NOPE, Simplex Electromagnetic Phase Rarefaction/Retardation

The alleged gravity wave measured by 2 black holes 1.3 BILLION light years away, was 1000 times smaller than the width of an atomic nucleus, and stretched over 4km. (People don't read)

Not to mention that the range for LIGO was only 26 MILLION lightyears. And that their signal only lasted for 20 milliseconds for ONE chirp. And during its engineering phase, not even during science testing.

After 14 YEARS (and billions of our tax dollars)... nothing. LIGO found nothing, Enhanced LIGO was set up in 2009. It found nothing. They announced they found nothing in September 2015. Then they upgraded (the Earth based system) to Advanced LIGO which is supposed to be 1000 times more sensitive (more sensitive WITHIN the 26 million ly LIGO is rated for)

Just so happens the finding comes exactly at the 100 year anniversary of Einstein's relativity nonsense.

after 14 years of searching with billion dollar equipment and finding nothing... They had to announce something to keep their budget rolling in from our tax dollars. F

. "We know LIGO works because we measured gravitational waves from the merger of binary black holes. This signal proves binary black holes merge." Uh, circular reasoning? This signal came during the engineering phase testing LIGO coming online, NOT during the science phase. http://youtu.be/_582rU6neLc

In science, there is something called the Scientific Method. Which means you need to prove something REPEATABLE before announcing it as fact. Getting ONE 20 millisecond chirp during engineering phase is not validation of the totality of Einstein's models.

* Only one tiny short "chirp" has been detected in the past 5 months that Advanced LIGO has been running. The original prediction made back in September was that the new instruments would detect many longer chirps on a daily or even hourly basis.

* The chirp was detected only three days after Advanced LIGO came online, after 13 years of searching with LIGO and Enhanced LIGO. How convenient.

* The Scientific Method demands that results be repeatable. A single chirp is not enough to satisfy this demand.

* These two black holes are supposedly 1.3 billion light years away when the range of LIGO is only supposed to be 26 million light years.

I remember the good old days, when 90+ year olds in nursing homes lived forever. Darn this pesky virus.

1365 = 1

1.1365 = 1,283,305,580,313,352
Last Edit: 25 Feb 2016 20:55 by novum.
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