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Your views: The historical discovery of Gravitational Waves?


 

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Andrew Spacey (chef-de-jour) says

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    muhammad abdullah javed (m abdullah javed) 21 months ago

    As off now the hope of knowing the expanse of the universe even better is encouraging. The rest depends on the future experiments and initiatives. Let us hope for the best. Thanks for your kind response Andrew.

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    muhammad abdullah javed (m abdullah javed) 21 months ago

    Obviously, gravity is the force that holds the universe together, but it is very difficult to test as it is also the weakest force in the Universe. It all depends on the future experiments to say anything with definiteness.

    Thanks Credence.


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    muhammad abdullah javed (m abdullah javed) 21 months ago

    That's true bradmaster, the present information is being viewed as quite encouraging, but it's application and future results are yet to be ascertained with answers to some specific queries like this. Thanks for the response.