NASA’s ‘Theater of the Absurd’ Newest B.S.

( ~ Ed.  Many, many mind programmed parrots will actually believe this phantasmagorical tale to be true)

Gravitational waves: breakthrough discovery after two centuries of expectation

The announcement is the climax of a century of speculation, 50 years of trial and error, and 25 years perfecting a set of instruments so sensitive they could identify a distortion in spacetime a thousandth the diameter of one atomic nucleus across a 4km strip of laserbeam and mirror.

The phenomenon detected was the collision of two black holes. Using the world’s most sophisticated detector, the scientists listened for 20 thousandths of a second as the two giant black holes, one 35 times the mass of the sun, the other slightly smaller, circled around each other.

At the beginning of the signal, their calculations told them how stars perish: the two objects had begun by circling each other 30 times a second. By the end of the 20 millisecond snatch of data, the two had accelerated to 250 times a second before the final collision and a dark, violent merger.

The observation signals the opening of a new window on to the universe.

See also:

How Can NASA Measure Stars a Hundred Million Quadrillion Miles Away?

NASA Creative Writing 101; Space Satellite Discoveries

NASA Measures Winds 370 Trillion Miles Away, WTF ?!?!

The Occult Roots Of NASA And The Ongoing Fraud: Part 3

2 thoughts on “NASA’s ‘Theater of the Absurd’ Newest B.S.

  1. Bobby February 12, 2016 at 6:05 pm Reply

    So why can’t they detect the curvature and take photos; instead of relying on artists impressions of stuff?
    Question, Why does the southern cross not rotate, and why no parallax anywhere?
    Same constellations for thousands of years? Come on guys…. enough with the bs. B


  2. Michael Lynn February 20, 2016 at 1:10 pm Reply

    The people of NASA should get an honest job.


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