posted on Feb, 11 2016 @ 07:13 PM
Interesting when people say Einstein was smarter than what we thought he was.
Two enormous black holes collide 1.5 billion light years away and produce a pulse of energy in one tenth of a second 30 times the power of our sun.
The detection of the wave resulting from this explosion made international news when it broke in Washington overnight. This pulls together the final
piece in the puzzle of Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, the LIGO observatory in the US and a group of Australian scientists who helped make it
We always say there's an Adelaide connection and this morning Matthew Abraham talked to University of Adelaide's Physics Head, Prof Peter Veitch who
described the very big bang and the role he and his Australian colleagues played in discovering the ripples in the curvature of space time.
Mind blown? Ours too. You might want to listen back more than once.
So according to what I understand it wasn't seen but detected
It will be interesting to see what we learn from this
edit on 11-2-2016 by Raggedyman because: (no reason given)