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LIGO is claiming to have detected gravitational waves just in time to prove Einstein right on the 100th anniversary of his

relativity nonsense. Einstein basically set back gravity research for 100 years with his ridiculous spacetime crap. I think

LIGO and gravity wave astronomy is a big black hole for taxpayer funds. They are going to be competing with NASA  for

funds.  Our country can't even make a rocket that can get off of the ground in one piece.  Now billions of dollars are

being sucked in by black holes closer to the ground. The Einstein relativity media circus has to do with Jewish control

of all media and Jewish mental superiority.  Dayton Miller and Sagnac proved the aether is there.  Stephen Crothers tore

Einstein a new one on relativity and black holes.  CalTech and MIT should be ashamed of themselves for engaging in this

horseshit to mislead the dumbed down masses.  The LIGO team even testified to Congress about proving gravity waves.

What a circus.

DAYTON MILLER: http://911scholars.ning.com/profiles/blogs/dayton-miller?xg_source=...

STEPHEN CROTHERS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRsGPq77X0Q .... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8FsfFs_nvM

SAGNAC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWmlimH7laY

EINSTEIN FRAUD: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMTQFFFeOVs

RELATIVITY FRAUD: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O9d7bNQsJDQ

MORE FRAUD: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-years-einstein-theory.html

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEPIwEJmZyE

WAL THORNHILL Thunderbolts Project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3Hoax81rkI


LIGO LAB CALTECH/ MIT: https://www.ligo.caltech.edu/


LSC Intro to LIGO and Gravitational waves: http://www.ligo.org/science/GW-GW2.php

ADVANCED LIGO: https://www.advancedligo.mit.edu/

COMMITTEE of SCIENCE, SPACE, and TECHNOLOGY  Feb 24, 2016: https://science.house.gov/legislation/hearings/full-committee-heari...

BS ALERT:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3JmV6D4ouk

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Comment by Danny White on March 3, 2016 at 1:56pm

Hi Emile.  The information on microlensing is all new to me. Thanks.  Dayton Miller died before Einstein and

Einstein swept Dayton Miller under the rug.  It's amazing that one of the heads of LIGO had never heard of Dayton Miller.  The existence of the aether makes relativity and black holes null and void. If these "chirp" signals
 LIGO supposedly detected are real there has to be some whole new explanation besides ripples in spacetime.

There are many people saying Einstein should be completely taken out of science books. I suspect Mileva Maric (Einstein's first wife) was responsible for the photoelectric effect. Mileva got the prize money. Einstein

took the credit. After Mileva left Einstein never did anything great again.

Comment by Emile Cole on March 3, 2016 at 5:09am

It's just preposterous.

Comment by Emile Cole on March 3, 2016 at 2:13am

I read at...




....that "For physicists, a strong gravitational wave will produce displacements on the order of 10-18 meters - this is 1000 times smaller than the diameter of a proton." Interesting.... they have "sensors" that can detect gravitational "displacements" as small as 1/1,000 the diameter of a proton. I thought about that for a moment. The latest refinement for the actual radius of a proton from....




....is 0.8768 fentometers, giving the diameter of a proton at 1.7536 fentometers, and 1/1,000 of that gives us 0.0017536 fentometers. Now, according to the article above "....a femtometer is a millionth of a billionth of a meter, or so small that the wavelength of gamma radiation is 100 times longer." So, they're essentially telling us that they have "sensors" that are so finely calibrated that they can reliably detect gravitational displacements of as little as a thousandth of a millionth of a billionth of a meter. I'm not going to bother calculating it any further but the gravitational displacements they're talking about are on the order of quadrillionths of a meter.... How could any terrestrially situated platform possibly be stable enough to make such measurements reliably? They say they're employing electromagnets to fine tune the mirrors for precision but.... What kind of electromagnet can make adjustments to the mirrors on the order of a fraction of a fentometer? They say they're using seismograph assisted hydraulic stabilization systems to minimize interference from terrestrial vibration sources but.... What kind of seismograph assisted hydraulic stabilization system could possibly detect and cancel out unwanted vibrations on the order of a fraction of a fentometer?



Comment by Emile Cole on March 3, 2016 at 1:31am

Hah! Hello Danny....


It all kind of reminds me of that planet they claim to have observed some time ago, using a (to me) novel concept in optical teloscopy known as "microlensing". This planet they claim to have discovered (even including a rough estimate of its mass) using this technique is approximately thirteen thousand light years away.... that's 13,000 times about 6 trillion miles travelled per light year or approximately 78,000,000,000,000,000 miles.... that's seventy-eight quadrillion miles away. And, as if that wasn't enough to rouse the suspicions of even an early Neandertal hunter gatherer, the same article actually goes on to unequivocally state that "....microlensing has helped astronomers find 30 planets at distances as far as twenty-five thousand light-years away from Earth. Well, now we're talking about 150,000,000,000,000,000 miles away.... that's one hundred and fifty quadrillion miles away. I don't believe any currently existing optical wavelength teloscopy is capable of such feats either from the planets surface or outer space. Looking at it, no matter how sphisticated it may be deemed to be in the design sense, it's impossible to imagine this little contraption (the Spitzer Telescope) which isn't much larger than the telescope I had in my bedroom as a kid spotting a planet one hundred and fifty quadrillion miles away with or without microlensing....



Now it's gravitational waves.... really just looks like the same type of thing in the opposite sense.

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