Discontinuous Universe: Gravitational Waves & Reality

Robert Campbell


Ripples in the fabric of space and time detected on September 14, 2015 that resulted from the merger of two black holes were assumed to be gravitational waves moving through the presumed spacetime continuum of General Relativity thus confirming Einstein’s theory. However there is no direct evidence to indicate that a spacetime continuum exists and Einstein himself came to doubt it in later years, since it is not consistent with quantum phenomena. These clearly indicate a discontinuous universe of discrete frames as in a cosmic movie. A review of related discrepancies shows that the ripples in space and time result directly from the release of three solar mass equivalents of energy from the merger and are not attributable to hypothetical gravitational waves.

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