We’ve found the gravitational waves; we’ve found the ripples in time.
“The colliding black holes that produced these waves created a violent storm in the fabric of space and time, a storm in which time speeded up, and slowed down, and speeded up again, a storm in which the shape of space was bent in this way and that way,” Caltech physicist Kip Thorne said of the newly discovered gravitational waves. They were discovered September 14.
The discovery was publicly announced Thursday.
“We are really witnessing the opening of a new tool for doing astronomy,” says MIT astrophysicist Nergis Mavalvala. “We have turned on a new sense. We have been able to see and now we will be able to hear as well.”
We can now see into supernovas – huge, exploding stars. We will be able to see supernovas before they explode, because gravitational waves arrive at Earth faster than light (which gets temporarily blocked by the star itself).
Anything is possible.
Everything is future.
There is much that has been there all along, unbeknownst to all or most of us. For instance, there’s an entity, an extraterrestrial being who visits Earth from the future. The being is called Bashar, but admits it has no true name such as we would recognize. Darryl Anka has been channeling Bashar for the last 30 years.
Gravitational waves and ripples in space & time were theorized by Einstein a century ago. What’s really possible? We make mistakes in speaking in absolutes about the nature of time and space. We cling to facts because the unknown is too vast for the masses to comfortably play with. Right now, the voices of “insane”, “nuts”, “ridiculous” and “feeble-minded” echo in my head. Einstein’s inner fortitude must have been miraculous.
The discovery of gravitational waves is “the holy grail of science,” said astrophysicist Carlos Lousto, of the Rochester Institute of Technology. “The last time anything like this happened was in 1888 when Heinrich Hertz detected the radio waves.”
We can now actually hear the birth of black holes.
There’s a human woman alive at this time, the mother of alien hybrid children. Her name is Bridget Nielsen. She is a “bridge”, as she puts it, for extraterrestrial contact. She’s young, a healthy mid-25. It’s easy to write her off as crazy since we don’t have to believe in E.T.s to make progress in the world as we know it. Neo-liberalism has no profit box for alien contact, though that’s coming – Mars is close, and our global middle names are Manifest Destiny.
Bridget doesn’t sound crazy, though. She’s clear on reality. She has a website that thankfully doesn’t read as incoherent wall scrawl. “What is she on to?” I wonder. “What does she know?” An amazing visual artist, the poorly-rendered drawings of Bridget’s hybrid children are a childish, scribbled shock. And why are they mostly of blonde, white youth? It’s ridiculous to think there are no aliens of color. But Bridget believes completely in her experiences, experiences she understands most of humanity will discount right now. More humans are involved in the hybrid E.T. program than most people realize, she says. I have a recent country image of an old, white pickup truck growling down the lane flying two Confederate flags large and crookedly off the bed. Hybrids: do the aliens want them too? The New York City sex workers would be easy targets, right? The drug addicts and drunks? The idle rich have a lot of time on their hands where no one would miss them were they ferried away for a bit to collect DNA or their well-groomed organs. It is all a hologram? How do aliens access the working class folk of good ethic and character?
Is it wrong to imagine that only scientists can see beyond our current versions of reality? Are they the only ones who can see into the truth about gravitational waves, black holes and life beyond this planet? Part of me doesn’t want to wait for the scientists to test their hypothesis. I don’t want to wait for control groups to get established, and theories to get “proven.” Do you? But the rational mind tells us this is the only way to establish reality. The rational mind says Bridget and Bashar are having their experiences, and there it ends. There it ends. Where does it begin?
“We can be rather sure that we’ll see big surprises,” says Kip Thorne, the physicist. “My hope is for the biggest surprise we’ve ever seen.”
Gravitational waves spill outward in all directions at the speed of light. This occurs when two ultra-dense dead stars, called neutron stars, merge together inside supernovas: