Gravitational Waves

Gravitational Waves

In 1905, Albert Einstein’s groundbreaking work showed that the speed of light in a vacuum is independent of the motion of all observers, and the laws of physics are the same for all non-accelerating observers. This is known as the theory of special relativity.

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There is a lot to take in from this article, but it is Light that is considered the one consistent aspect in the universe.

If mankind’s observations are correct then it reflects the fact that God is Light, the one consistent Creator of all.

The videos associated with the article extrapolate on this conceptual proclamation of those who test out the general theory of relativity. In short, it helped a lot to understand what these scientist are talking about.

Now, getting these scientist to listen to one of my sermons on God Is Light – now there is a reality we are not too see soon.

Pure Light is invisible and it is only with the help of God, in Him and with His invisible “light” that “we see light.”

For with you is the fountain of life; in your light we see light.   (Psalm 36:9)

Bonus: It is said that noting can move faster than the speed of Light because it would take infinite amounts of energy to overcome the infinite amount of mass gained from such speeds. Thus, one cannot ever become God. There is no other God but Him.

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams

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(—The theory explains the behaviour of objects in space and time, and it can be used to predict everything from the existence of black holes, to light bending due to gravity and the behaviour of the planet Mercury in its orbit.

According to Einstein, who first predicted them in 1916 after forming his theory of general relativity, gravitational waves are ripples in the curvature of space-time that travel outward from the source that created them. He argued spacetime – any mathematical model that combines space and time – would create ripples that move across the universe at the speed of light.

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