Gravitational waves finally discovered?

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If gravitational waves are discovered, it would prove my theory...

(that gravitational waves exist)...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...me-proved.html
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Good news if they have been successful
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Daily Mail... Scientific Article???

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Good news if they have been successful
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If gravitational waves are discovered, it would prove my theory...

(that gravitational waves exist)...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...me-proved.html
Careful, the media is always very quick to call evidence proof. In order for the results to be considered reliable they must first be reproduced and the data collected by the detector must be analysed. This process can take months to do, so don't jump to conclusions yet. It does look hopeful for general relativity though
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If gravitational waves are discovered, it would prove my theory...
(that gravitational waves exist)...
How is it your theory?
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Careful, the media is always very quick to call evidence proof. In order for the results to be considered reliable they must first be reproduced and the data collected by the detector must be analysed. This process can take months to do, so don't jump to conclusions yet. It does look hopeful for general relativity though


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How is it your theory?

I made another theory that required the existence of gravitational waves many years ago. Have forgotten what that theory is though...
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Daily Mail... Scientific Article???

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The real question is... Do gravitational waves cause cancer?
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The real question is... Do gravitational waves cause cancer?
Have you read some of the comments on the article? :rofl:
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Have you read some of the comments on the article? :rofl:
Hmm.. the consensus seems to be they are ok since they don' cause cancer. But then they don't cure it either. What a waste of time!
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Hmm.. the consensus seems to be they are ok since they don' cause cancer. But then they don't cure it either. What a waste of time!
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And they aren't gonna stop the war in Syria! We need to cut funding
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And they aren't gonna stop the war in Syria! We need to cut funding
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Hmm.. the consensus seems to be they are ok since they don' cause cancer. But then they don't cure it either. What a waste of time!
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(Original post by Peroxidation)
Careful, the media is always very quick to call evidence proof. In order for the results to be considered reliable they must first be reproduced and the data collected by the detector must be analysed. This process can take months to do, so don't jump to conclusions yet. It does look hopeful for general relativity though
It wouldn't be the first time someone's jumped the gun on gravitational waves
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Sp...remain_elusive
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It wouldn't be the first time someone's jumped the gun on gravitational waves
http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Sp...remain_elusive
I know. I remember that
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Interesting news, I got shivers down my spine watching the animation of it, it looks so spectacularly beautiful if true.
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will only believe if it is in teh Express

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Interesting news, I got shivers down my spine watching the animation of it, it looks so spectacularly beautiful if true.
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I have always wondered what exactly is gravity. Its a force generated by massive objects such as planets and stars (and everyday stuff to a negligible degree). But what is the underlying mechanism generating the force of gravity? Magnetism is very similar. Really makes me wonder.
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