Black Holes Under the Stars -  video Part 6, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Dreaming of Gravitational Waves

 

 Solved in the Plasma Universe

 

It has been theorized that the movement of massive objects in space create disturbances in the plenum of space that 'ripple' across the universe with the speed of light and become detectable across a billion light years of distance. The effect is theorized to be caused by the force of gravity affecting the plenum of space.

The recently detected patterns of bursts of gravity waves have been theorized to have resulted from two massive black holes objects in the range of 30 solar masses, bound in gravitational orbits in the manner of a binary star system, spiralling towards each other and then merge, all in less than a second, with the corresponding disturbances of the plenum of space, distinctly measured on Earth.

The disturbances are termed, gravitational waves.

Is this a dream? Is it reality? Or is something else causing the observed disturbances; something bigger and more powerful?

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