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PostSun Mar 16, 2014 12:47 am » by Malogg


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Have we found a message from the dawn of time? 'Major discovery' set for Monday could give scientists their first glimpse of the birth of the universe
Astronomers are expected to announce they have found 'primordial gravitational waves' - an echo of the big bang in which the universe came into existence 14bn years ago.

Described as 'like a message from the dawn of time', if confirmed it it would be a groundbreaking discovery that would change the face of physics and give scientists their first glimpse of how the universe was born.

Gravitational waves, the last untested prediction of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, are minuscule ripples in the fabric of the universe that carry energy across space - rather like the waves than travel across an ocean.
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Microwave radiation from the whole sky, captured by the European Space Agency's Planck satellite. Astronomers are on Monday expected to announce they have found 'primordial gravitational waves' ¿ an echo of the big bang in which the universe came into existence 14bn years ago.


GRAVITATIONAL WAVES

Gravitational waves, the last untested prediction of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, are minuscule ripples in the fabric of the universe that carry energy across space.

Experts believe those waves produced in the early universe that may still be detectable by the imprint they left billions of years ago or by the ripples that persist today.


The signal is rumoured to have been found by a specialised telescope called Bicep (Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization) at the south pole.

It scans the sky at microwave frequencies, where it picks up the fossil energy from the big bang.

The team of scientists have only said they will unveil a 'major discovery' in the field of astrophysics on Monday (March 17) in a presentation at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA).

According to theory, the primordial gravitational waves will tell us about the first, moment of the universe’s history.

Cosmologists believe that 10-34 seconds after the big bang (a decimal point followed by 33 zeros and a one) the universe was driven to expand hugely.

Known as inflation, the theory is used to explain why the universe is uniform from place to place.

However, astronomers have never been able to explain how it happened.

Experts say convincing evidence of their discovery would almost certainly lead to a Nobel prize.

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The 14-billion-year-long history of our universe. It shows the main events that occurred between the initial phase of the cosmos -- where its properties were almost uniform and punctuated only by tiny fluctuations -- to the rich variety of cosmic structure that we observe today, ranging from stars and planets to galaxies and galaxy clusters.


'If they do announce primordial gravitational waves on Monday, I will take a huge amount of convincing,' said Hiranya Peiris, a cosmologist from University College London told The Guardian.

'But if they do have a robust detection … Jesus, wow! I’ll be taking next week off.'

CfA officials have refused to speculate on the announcement.

They only stated that the center will 'host a press conference at 12:00 noon EDT (16:00 UTC) on Monday, March 17th, to announce a major discovery.'

The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics is made up of the Harvard College Observatory and the Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory. Scientists at the center pursue studies of those basic physical process that determine the nature and evolution of the universe," according to the CfA website's official description.
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PostTue Mar 18, 2014 5:50 am » by OtheklzeR


One like myself can only view the space bubble as a baloon
and these gravitational waves as the pressure that inflates the
ballon we call space-time.

some of these scientist who therorize that all space will keep expanding
never explain what holds this expansion as the big bang
but rather than a bang it appears more like a
inflating ballon- the big blow

and the limiting factor is not the limitation of our telescopes or
dark matter . quantum mechanics demands that the inflation

force be balanced by a equal force resisting inflation unless
that force has burst like a ballon

and in every account of the cosmos from fyniman to einstine
they all articulate the universe as a bubble and that those forces
that formed the limitations of spacetime are still there
the zero poit pool or ether is poised to stuff our exsistance into
a atom the size of a pinhead

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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 3:43 am » by Cosmine


Funny how the article states that the universe is fourteen billion years old... Instead of thirteen...

It was thirteen last year... I've got a new theory.... The universe is aging of a billion years every year since ten years..... :twisted:





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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 3:50 am » by Malogg


OtheklzeR wrote:One like myself can only view the space bubble as a baloon
and these gravitational waves as the pressure that inflates the
ballon we call space-time.

some of these scientist who therorize that all space will keep expanding
never explain what holds this expansion as the big bang
but rather than a bang it appears more like a
inflating ballon- the big blow

and the limiting factor is not the limitation of our telescopes or
dark matter . quantum mechanics demands that the inflation

force be balanced by a equal force resisting inflation unless
that force has burst like a ballon

and in every account of the cosmos from fyniman to einstine
they all articulate the universe as a bubble and that those forces
that formed the limitations of spacetime are still there
the zero poit pool or ether is poised to stuff our exsistance into
a atom the size of a pinhead

:think:


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Cosmine wrote:Funny how the article states that the universe is fourteen billion years old... Instead of thirteen...

It was thirteen last year... I've got a new theory.... The universe is aging of a billion years every year since ten years..... :twisted:





:cheers:



bahahahaha :lol:
Ima say infinitely older ~ always has and always will be

bollox what the article says but a great read eh

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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 3:58 am » by TorJohnson


And we're suppose to believe that with over 13 billion years of time and 92 billion light-years of space*, we stupid fucks on this mud ball are the only source of intelligent life throughout all the cosmos. :bullshit:

*http://www.space.com/24073-how-big-is-the-universe.html
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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 4:11 am » by Cosmine


TorJohnson wrote:And we're suppose to believe that with over 13 billion years of time and 92 billion light-years of space*, we stupid fucks on this mud ball are the only source of intelligent life throughout all the cosmos. :bullshit:

*http://www.space.com/24073-how-big-is-the-universe.html





You know what the science as to say about it..... :ugeek: ....Life has no more chances to appear somewhere else... Than a thousand monkeys with a thousand typewriters to write the complete works of Shakespeare... :alien51:
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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 4:18 am » by Malogg


TorJohnson wrote:And we're suppose to believe that with over 13 billion years of time and 92 billion light-years of space*, we stupid fucks on this mud ball are the only source of intelligent life throughout all the cosmos. :bullshit:

*http://www.space.com/24073-how-big-is-the-universe.html



ahahahahahahahahahahahaha :lol:

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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 6:03 am » by AntediluvianDog


What was the message and who sent it ? :think:

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PostWed Mar 19, 2014 12:01 pm » by Andgene


Good stuff, but I think that things are funkier than we can even imagine. People are only patching up old beliefs with new theories and discoveries instead of building the whole thing from the bottom up again since it is full of holes and beyond being repairable...



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