The massive hoopla surrounding the predicted, and possibly detected, existence of “gravity waves,” puzzles me. I’m reminded of way back when, I think it was 1976? — 40 years ago — when I first heard that physics was postulating the concept of “black holes” into which matter was swallowed. Immediately, I thought, “if that is so, then they will also discover “white holes” eventually, where matter is being injected into the galaxy.” In other words, what goes out, must balance what comes in. Isn’t this obvious to anyone?
I googled “white holes.” This, from RT, 2014.
Or, it might be that black holes take matter into another universe, and white holes emit matter from other universes into ours? In any case, unless the concept of “balance” is bullshit, as is the idea that we (and our physics) live in the “3D dimension of polarity,” then, if there truly are black holes, then there must also be white holes, with equal and opposite functions.
As for Gravity Waves . . . of course! What’s the big deal? Didn’t the more sensitive among us already know that? Don’t we who expand and contract with every flicker of emotion, every heart beat, every breath, and notice animals and other natural forms doing the same — flowers opening and closing with the Sun, trees pulsing out leaves in spring and releasing them in autumn; ocean tides rising and falling with the Moon — on and on. Everything breathes. Everything is alive, and pulsing, at different rates of speed, bending space/time. Even, and especially, what we call, for want of a better way to identify this vast, subtle, and deeply powerful mysterium tremendum, “Gravity Waves.”
Everything on Earth, including your own body, expands and contracts in concert with the waves. These expansions and contractions are unbelievably tiny, far smaller than a single atom – which is why they’ve never been detected.