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"Just Found Gravitational Waves", Is Real Time Travel just around the corner

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    with all the technology they got from the greys they would of found gravitational waves years ago the late news of them finding it is really late they just not letting us know the truth so we all being drip fed delayed late news here
     
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    Spin up a vortex yourself . A human can create a virtual vortex anywhere they want.

    But it takes a mind that can do such.

    Use what you have :)
     
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    Keep in mind that gravitational waves have been postulated to exist since the 1930's. This series of experiments only serves as another confirmation of General Relativity. Since General Relativity has been accepted for almost a century, it's very doubtful that finding expected gravity waves brings us any closer to time travel.

    But it does support the other (unconfirmed) parts of General Relativity that involve time travel.

    Meaning it's reasonable to assume that GR is right concerning certain geometries of singularities creating paths to the past.
    Of course, we all have probably been assuming that anyway for years.

    Harte
     
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