bdw000 wrote:Are they really claiming to have OBSERVED gravity waves?
Or are they just playing fast and loose with the language?
Oh I doubt that "gravity waves" were detected. That would've been the media event of the century.
It sounds to me that they're looking at the ejection of plasmoids via galaxial 'plasma gun' type action and overlaying the gravity induced "black hole" assumption. That, or convoluting Arp's quasar ejection model. They haven't said which galaxy for which this has been observed, and there're no accompanying photos. The entirety of it is pure conjecture based on every gravitational overindulgence that we've ever noted. It's gotten so bad that to 'Them' the event has actually "...been observed in nature for the first time."
Remember, "...up to now they had only been simulated in supercomputers"
. And, as Fred Hoyle once said, 'They already know what they're looking for; so they just put it in there
'. Therefore, it wasn't a matter of looking for what was there. It was a matter of looking for and expecting what the gravity only supercomputer model had already told them would be there!!
So, that's what they found. There was, and is, no interest in observing what is actually occurring when you anticipate and look for events that 'fit' the model. One is predisposed to find the model, not the reality. The supposed findings are the result of an utter and complete psychosis.