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February 8, 2016 - 9:19 pm
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LINK HERE -> Colliding Black holes 

"OK, so a “black hole merger”… interesting. But there’s more.

ANALYSIS: Advanced LIGO Resumes Quest for Gravitational Waves

“They claim that the two detectors detected it consistent with it moving at speed c given the distance between them, and quote an equivalent 5.1 sigma detection,” he continues. “The bh masses were 36 and 29 solar masses initially and 62 at the end. Apparently the signal is spectacular and they even see the ring-down to kerr at the end.”

Burgess closes with: “Woohoo! (I hope)”

The news (like previous rumors) focuses around the powerful Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), which was upgraded in September 2015 to detect the hypothesized minuscule spacetime warping caused by gravitational waves. LIGO, which consists of 2 stations on opposite sides of the US, is finely tuned to detect the propagation of gravitational waves through our local volume of space."

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Gravity is a totality of resonances through the Higgs Boson, but there is two types A (in space) and B within a spherical pressured environment (Earth's atmosphere) however A affects B (A*B).

Sandra, you seem well educated and informed. Have you seen this? http://www.abc.net.au/news/201.....en/7086138

I feel as per all the whistle blowers stating there is something coming that will enlighten us may in fact be this energy via the supernova as per Corey Goode and Cobra state.

Thoughts?

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I had seen this report but did not read it until now - very interesting. Not sure what to think. Supernova explosion, a gigantic star, or nuclear activity near black hole... I think they're missing it altogether. Have there been any updates on this ? I'm going to check. However, this should be a phenomenal year in astrophysics/cosmology, etc.

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