Black Hole Experiment.

Don't get too excited about it. We have yet to create gravity in a lab yet. The article just seems to be a science writer spouting fiction.
 

When you say create gravity in a lab are you referring to being able to measure a certain (quantum?) amount of gravity or creating an element/“particle” of gravity? Does gravity exist everywhere on a planet, and we haven’t been able to do certain things regarding gravity in a lab?
I was asking AI to contain gravity within a container and continuously accumulate gravity within it. Since the graviton is theoretical I told AI to accept the graviton as a proven particle. But it was still unable to produce a solution. Maybe if the entrance to the container acted like a black hole.
 

Ah.

From reading about the LHC in the past, collisions result in the creation of various particles.

From AI:

…”For example, a photon can be created when an electron and a positron annihilate each other.”



…”In such collisions, particles like protons or other heavy ions could interact in such a way that they produce gravitons as part of the overall interaction process.”

(Maybe heavier particles would have a better opportunity to create quantum gravity, whatever that may ultimately be called when discovered).

In further reading Also the LIGO seems to study gravity. Maybe they will have a breakthrough vs LHC concerning gravity.
Interferometry: Interferometry techniques, such as those used in gravitational wave detectors like LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), can indirectly measure massless objects like gravitational waves.
 
I believe as technology and engineering becomes more advanced that we might have a breakthrough with this in the next 30-40 years. That sounds exciting. I hope we can do it.
 
Ah.

From reading about the LHC in the past, collisions result in the creation of various particles.

From AI:

…”For example, a photon can be created when an electron and a positron annihilate each other.”



…”In such collisions, particles like protons or other heavy ions could interact in such a way that they produce gravitons as part of the overall interaction process.”

(Maybe heavier particles would have a better opportunity to create quantum gravity, whatever that may ultimately be called when discovered).

In further reading Also the LIGO seems to study gravity. Maybe they will have a breakthrough vs LHC concerning gravity.
Interferometry: Interferometry techniques, such as those used in gravitational wave detectors like LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory), can indirectly measure massless objects like gravitational waves.

Nothing resembling the fictional properties of gravitons has been observed.

The monitoring of EM waves using interferometers was theorized as being evidence of gravitational waves. Without PROOF!

Our scientists are taught to make stuff up rather than use real data as facts.
 
Perhaps part of identifying gravity’s true form is the sensitivity capabilities of our instruments. Reading about quantum entanglement it may be able to make our instruments more sensitive to weaker activities.
AI response in screenshot.
 

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