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Ripples In Space-time(Gravitational Waves) Spotted for First Time
In a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy, international scientists say they have glimpsed gravitational waves, or ripples in space and time Mike's Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MikeyChenX ►Subscribe for more videos! http://bit.ly/1Mo6FxX ►Check out my food channel! http://bit.ly/1hsxh41 Get early access to NEXT week's video on Vessel: http://vessel.com/beyondscience ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: https://www.facebook.com/beyondsciencetv Facebook Mike Fan Page: http://on.fb.me/1En9Lue Instagram: http://instagr.am/Mikexingchen Twitter: http://twitter.com/Mikexingchen Vine: https://vine.co/Mikexingchen Snapchat: Mikeychenx Periscope: Mikexingchen Sources: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/02/gravitational-waves-einsteins-ripples-spacetime-spotted-first-time Channel Contributors: Mike Chen, Claire Yeung, Stephanie Bai Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! https://www.shenyunperformingarts.org/
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Einstein's Gravitational Waves Theory
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(SpaceTime ICBM) Punching a Hole Through Time-Space Fabric into an Alternative Universe
Punching a hole through the Time-Space Fabric into an Alternative Universe. (Spacetime ICBM), gravity can bend light and time. In 2008 it happened in Japan, it happened in Florida in 2015 and we just seen it again in California a few days ago (Dec 2017). Bending Light and warping Time experiments ? (Gravity Force Field)
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The Fabric of Space-Time
http://www.facebook.com/ScienceReason ... The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, formerly GLAST, will open this high-energy world to exploration and help us to answer these questions. With Fermi, astronomers will at long last have a superior tool to study how black holes, notorious for pulling matter in, can accelerate jets of gas outward at fantastic speeds. Physicists will be able to study subatomic particles at energies far greater than those seen in ground-based particle accelerators. And cosmologists will gain valuable information about the birth and early evolution of the Universe. --- Please SUBSCRIBE to Science & Reason: • http://www.youtube.com/Best0fScience • http://www.youtube.com/ScienceTV • http://www.youtube.com/FFreeThinker --- Light, we all know it travels at well, the speed of light, or does it? When it comes to the structure of space and time, could light be the key to unlocking the final secrets of the universe? Answers may lie in the journey of two photons across seven billion light years of space, recorded by the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. And these two tiny particles have just opened up a whole new chapter in our understanding of light, gravity, and the universe around us. Julie McEnery: "We're really excited because we've captured rare experimental evidence probing the fundamental structure of space and time." Meet NASA's gamma-ray detectives. Led by project scientist Julie McEnery, they're searching for clues about the high-energy mysteries of our universe. But, they'll need more than a magnifying glass this. The team's one of kind tool? The Fermi satellite. Fermi looks at gamma-rays, the highest-energy form of light and it just surprised everyone with a discovery about the fabric of space and time. Julie McEnery: "So you might be thinking, two tiny particles of light, why is that important? Well you have to look at the very large and the very small together to understand the universe as a whole. So far, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, which describes space and time as a smooth fabric that's distorted, or bent by massive objects, has been a spectacularly sucessful explaination of gravity and the large scale behavior of the universe. Whereas Quantum Mechanics, another spectacularly successful model describes the workings of atoms subatomic particles and some of the fundamental forces of nature. Scientists have never been able to reconcile the two. Both Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are equally fundamental in their own regimes. So scientists want to find a theory of everything that describes the universe as a whole. And the observations that we've made these two photons with Fermi takes us one step closer to achieving the goal of having a Theory of Everything that combines the most sucessful aspects of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity into one unified theory." To add to this puzzle, other telescopes have observed gamma rays with different wavelengths arriving at Earth at different times. According to Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, all forms of electromagnetic radiation from radio and infrared, to visible light, to X-rays and even gamma-rays moves at the same speed. So what would explain these differences in arrival times? One simple idea is that maybe the photons were just emitted at different times. More interestingly though, maybe there was something in the very fabric of space that was causing the higher-energy particle to slow down. If this is true, could Einstein have been wrong? Could a higher-energy particle move slower than the speed of light? Several ideas, which attempt to reconcile relativity and quantum mechanics suggest that space and time are not actually smooth and uniform. But are instead a seething froth when seen at the smallest scale. Like bubble wrap viewed from far away, at human scales this texture would be invisible. A low -energy, long wavelength photon is unaffected by the lumpiness of space. But a high-energy, short wavelength photon is hindered by the froth. This makes it move more slowly than lower-energy radiation, so it breaks Einstein's law that all light particles must travel at the same speed. However, this explanation had little experimental proof either way -- until Fermi arrived. So, if space-time really isn't just invisible bubble wrap, what is it? Fermi's eliminated some ideas from the mix, and that means we're one step closer to potentially unifying Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. http://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/ .
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The True Nature Of Time - New Documentary
The True Nature Of Time - New Documentary 2016 Theories of science have ignored time… until now. A new idea reveals how it created the Universe – and you, writes Robert Matthews. Time: it rules our lives, and we all wish we had more of it. Businesses make money out of it, and scientists can measure it with astonishing accuracy. Earlier this year, American researchers unveiled an atomic clock accurate to better than one second since the Big Bang 14 billion years ago. But what, exactly, is time? Despite its familiarity, its ineffability has defied even the greatest thinkers. Over 1,600 years ago the philosopher Augustine of Hippo admitted defeat with words that still resonate: “If no-one asks me, I know what it is. If I wish to explain it to him who asks, I do not know.” Yet according to theoretical physicist Lee Smolin, the time has come to grapple with this ancient conundrum: “Understanding the nature of time is the single most important problem facing science,” he says. As one of the founders of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario, Canada, which specialises in tackling fundamental questions in physics, Professor Smolin has spent more time pondering deep questions than most. So why does he think the nature of time is so important? Because, says Smolin, it is central to the success of attempts to understand reality itself. To most people, this may sound a bit overblown. Since reality in all its forms, from the Big Bang to the Sunday roast, depends on time, isn’t it obvious that we should take time seriously? And didn’t scientists sort out its mysteries centuries ago?
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Relativity and spacetime shortly explained
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Quantum Physics Explained
Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics relating to the very small. It results in what may appear to be some very strange conclusions about the physical world. At the scale of atoms and electrons, many of the equations of classical mechanics, which describe how things move at everyday sizes and speeds, cease to be useful. In classical mechanics, objects exist in a specific place at a specific time. However, in quantum mechanics, objects instead exist in a haze of probability; they have a certain chance of being at point A, another chance of being at point B and so on. Three revolutionary principles Quantum mechanics (QM) developed over many decades, beginning as a set of controversial mathematical explanations of experiments that the math of classical mechanics could not explain. It began at the turn of the 20th century, around the same time that Albert Einstein published his theory of relativity, a separate mathematical revolution in physics that describes the motion of things at high speeds. Unlike relativity, however, the origins of QM cannot be attributed to any one scientist. Rather, multiple scientists contributed to a foundation of three revolutionary principles that gradually gained acceptance and experimental verification between 1900 and 1930. They are: Quantized properties: Certain properties, such as position, speed and color, can sometimes only occur in specific, set amounts, much like a dial that "clicks" from number to number. This challenged a fundamental assumption of classical mechanics, which said that such properties should exist on a smooth, continuous spectrum. To describe the idea that some properties "clicked" like a dial with specific settings, scientists coined the word "quantized." Particles of light: Light can sometimes behave as a particle. This was initially met with harsh criticism, as it ran contrary to 200 years of experiments showing that light behaved as a wave; much like ripples on the surface of a calm lake. Light behaves similarly in that it bounces off walls and bends around corners, and that the crests and troughs of the wave can add up or cancel out. Added wave crests result in brighter light, while waves that cancel out produce darkness. A light source can be thought of as a ball on a stick being rhythmically dipped in the center of a lake. The color emitted corresponds to the distance between the crests, which is determined by the speed of the ball's rhythm. Waves of matter: Matter can also behave as a wave. This ran counter to the roughly 30 years of experiments showing that matter (such as electrons) exists as particles. Other video resources https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6DiVspoZ1E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEl-fTtP2tw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVpXrbZ4bnU Articles - www.preposterousuniverse.com/eternitytohere/quantum/ http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/quantum-theory http://www.thekeyboard.org.uk/Quantum%20mechanics.htm
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What is Time? | Space News
Modern cosmology fuses the concepts of space and time into a thing, called a four-dimensional continuum. Albert Einstein predicted, and recently scientists have claimed to observe ripples in the so-called fabric of space-time. But is it valid to define time in such a way as to reify it, and does a more valid definition of time exist? Today, we explore one of the most basic questions in all of cosmology: What is time? SUPPORT US ON PATREON AND WATCH OUR INFLUENCE GROW: “Changing the world through understanding of the Electric Universe." https://www.patreon.com/tboltsproject Subscribe to Thunderbolts Update newsletter: http://eepurl.com/ETy41 The Thunderbolts Project Home: http://www.thunderbolts.info Essential Guide to the Electric Universe: http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/eg-contents/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thunderboltsproject Twitter: @tboltsproject Electric Universe by Wal Thornhill: http://www.holoscience.com/wp/ Electric Universe T-shirts and Gifts: http://stickmanonstone.com/ The ideas expressed in videos presented on The Thunderbolts Project YouTube Channel do not necessarily express the views of T-Bolts Group Inc or The Thunderbolts Project(TM).
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Professor Kip Thorne's Public Lecture - A Century of Relativity
A Century of Relativity: from the Big Bang to Black Holes to Interstellar - Professor Kip Thorne From Caltech NB: Some copyrighted film clips have been removed from this recording Recorded at Monash University 22nd October 2015
Did You Feel A Ripple In Time-Space [2017]
Today on Turtle Tv we take a look at a recent discovery made by the LIGO facility, which detected ripples in space-time. link: TurtleTv website https://turtletv.simdif.com/index.html link: Follow on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/enlightened_turtle_/ link: twitter https://twitter.com/TurtleTv1 link: LIGO website http://space.mit.edu/LIGO/more.html Gravitational Waves: Ripples in the fabric of space-time Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916 as part of the theory of general relativity. In Einstein's theory, space and time are aspects of a single measurable reality called space-time. Matter and energy are two expressions of a single material. We can think of space-time as a fabric; The presence of large amounts of mass or energy distorts space-time – in essence causing the fabric to "warp" – and we observe this warpage as gravity. Freely falling objects – whether soccer balls, satellites, or beams of starlight – simply follow the most direct path in this curved space-time. Just as a boat sailing through the ocean produces waves in the water, moving masses like stars or black holes produce gravitational waves in the fabric of space-time. A more massive moving object will produce more powerful waves, and objects that move very quickly will produce more waves over a certain time period. When large masses move suddenly, some of this space-time curvature ripples outward, spreading in much the way as ripples on the surface of an agitated pond. When two dense objects such as neutron stars or black holes orbit each other, space-time is stirred by their motion and gravitational energy ripples throughout the universe in a manner represented by the picture at lower right. In 1974 Joseph Taylor and Russell Hulse found such a pair of neutron stars in our own galaxy. One of the stars beams regular pulses of radio waves toward Earth. Taylor and his colleagues were able to use these radio pulses, like the ticks of a very precise clock, to study the orbit of neutron stars. Over two decades, these scientists watched for and found the tell-tale shift in timing of these pulses, which indicated a loss of energy from the orbiting stars – energy that had been carried away as gravitational waves. The result was just as Einstein's theory predicted. The discovery of Hulse and Taylor represents strong indirect evidence of gravitational waves. LIGO seeks to measure gravitational waves directly LIGO will detect the ripples in space-time by using a device called a laser interferometer, in which the time it takes light to travel between suspended mirrors is measured with high precision using controlled laser light. Two mirrors hang far apart, forming one "arm" of the interferometer, and two more mirrors make a second arm perpendicular to the first. Viewed from above, the two arms form an L shape. Laser light enters the arms through a beam splitter located at the corner of the L, dividing the light between the arms. The light is allowed to bounce between the mirrors repeatedly before it returns to the beam splitter. If the two arms have identical lengths, then interference between the light beams returning to the beam splitter will direct all of the light back toward the laser. But if there is any difference between the lengths of the two arms, some light will travel to where it can be recorded by a photodetector. The space-time ripples cause the distance measured by a light beam to change as the gravitational wave passes by, and the amount of light falling on the photodetector to vary. The photodetector then produces a signal defining how the light falling on it changes over time. The laser interferometer is like a microphone that converts gravitational waves into electrical signals. Three interferometers of this kind were built for LlGO -- two near Richland, Washington, and the other near Baton Rouge. Louisiana. LlGO requires at least two widely separated detectors, operated in unison, to rule out false signals and confirm that a gravitational wave has passed through the earth.
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General Relativity: Ripples in Space-Time
Fermilab Physicist, Dr. Ricardo Eusebi describes current experiments and indirect evidence for ripples in space-time as predicted by Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.
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The Quantum Experiment that Broke Reality | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios
The double slit experiment radically changed the way we understand reality. To check out any of the lectures available from The Great Courses Plus go to http://ow.ly/QVaz302duhX and get ready to learn about everything from cooking to calculus. Get your own Space Time t­shirt at http://bit.ly/1QlzoBi Tweet at us! @pbsspacetime Facebook: facebook.com/pbsspacetime Email us! pbsspacetime [at] gmail [dot] com Comment on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/pbsspacetime Support us on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/pbsspacetime Help translate our videos! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UC7_gcs09iThXybpVgjHZ_7g The double slit experiment radically changed the way we understand reality. Find out what the ramifications of this experiment were and how we can use it to better comprehend our universe. Written and hosted by Matt O’Dowd Made by Kornhaber Brown (www.kornhaberbrown.com) Previous Episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJ2RNBAFLj0 The Planck Length and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQSbms5MDvY Veritasium and the Double Slit Experiment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzbKb59my3U Is Quantum Tunneling Faster than Light? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IfmgyXs7z8 Comments by: Jason Blank https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NqbRcwWwPw&lc=z13mhf0rcurtybftb23nf3yalruqvx2dm Deisisase https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NqbRcwWwPw&lc=z13uifuzxlr3xvc1022ly1jo4uijfjhgj04 Bike Jake https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NqbRcwWwPw&lc=z13mcnhbglncgpbc122wgxsabw31xdvqw04 An Imposter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NqbRcwWwPw&lc=z12hyl5z4lvsjdihn04cgbhbsnnivhbgdqw0k
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Ripples in space-time
A short video regarding the measuring of gravitational waves. Source (cut and paste)- rtsp://,554,7070
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How Scientists Are Looking For Ripples In Spacetime
We are constantly searching for evidence of the Big Bang. One form of proof could be gravitational waves, but how do we go about finding them? Read some of Ian’s recent articles: http://news.discovery.com/contributors/ian-oneill.htm Follow Ian on Twitter: https://twitter.com/astroengine Read More: Dialing In To Noise http://eands.caltech.edu/2015/03/19/dialing-in-to-noise/ “In their search for gravitational waves—stretches in space-time produced by dramatically violent events in the distant universe—researchers at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) have created some of the most sensitive detectors in the world.” ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/tracedominguez Julia Wilde on Twitter https://twitter.com/julia_sci DNews on Facebook https://facebook.com/DiscoveryNews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com Download the TestTube App: http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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Einstein's Gravitational Waves Discovered
Scientists have confirmed Albert Einstein's 100 year-old theory of gravitational waves. They were detected using a massive system of instruments called the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO). Credit to Caltech's LIGO project for most of the media used in this video: https://www.ligo.caltech.edu/news/lig... For the full story behind this discovery, click here: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/0... Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConve... Like our page on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconve... Join us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/1001349258045... Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Music: "All This - Scoring Action" and "Decisions" By Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Script: 1.3 billion years ago two massive, whirling black holes collided, sending a gravitational ripple through the spacetime fabric of the Universe. Like a tsunami moving through the ocean, that wave passed through space until it washed past Earth last September. 100 years ago, Albert Einstein predicted exactly this type of event--that massive objects moving in certain ways will cause spacetime ripples, or gravitational waves. But the technology did not exist back then to try and catch one of those waves and after a few years even Einstein himself began questioning the theory. It must have been incredibly bewildering and frustrating to theorize on such a grand scale, but constantly run into the limitations of man’s ability to verify the interstellar events that your core scientific ideas are based on. Time passed. And in 1979, after a series of advances in gravitational astrophysics, the National Science Foundation greenlit Caltech (the California Institute of Technology) and MIT (the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) to develop a design for a gigantic instrument capable of detecting Einstein’s gravitational waves. Fifteen years later, in 1994, construction began on the $250 million Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory, or LIGO, which is a pair of L-shaped devices with arms 4 kilometers long--one in Washington state and the other in Louisiana. They are essentially laser rulers, so precise they can detect differences as small as 1/1,000 of a proton’s width. Theoretically, that sensitivity allows them to see a gravitational wave as it moves by and stretches the arms just enough to cause the laser light to warble. But for the first eight years LIGO gathered data it did not detect any waves, so an additional $205 million was spent upgrading the system. On the morning of September 14, 2015, when the advanced LIGO had just come back online after 5 years of refurbishments, lo and behold, it caught a wave! Both LIGO detection locations recorded the same exact changes in frequency. “I knew that there was something going on because I subscribe to the logs. This particular log pointed to something that looked like it might actually be a gravitational wave. What I saw is what called a time frequency plot called a chirp and it was strong, it was unbelievably stronger than anything I expected to be a first detection. It was so strong you could see it by eye and here is the chirp at Hanford, WA and there was the chirp at Livingston, LA, and I though ‘my God, this looks like it’s it.’ It was just perfect. In fact it was almost too good to be true. When I looked at it I said, ‘somebody must have done something wrong and injected a signal.’ Nobody right away believed it. Everybody thought it was a fluke—it was too good. And it took us a while to get to the point where all of us believe it. It’s monumental. It’s like Galileo using the telescope for the first time. They’re moving at the velocity of light. Damn near that velocity. Thirty solar masses moving that fast, I mean they’re putting out incredible amounts of energy. And when they collide with one another they produce a bigger black hole, but they also produce gravitational waves. And in that process about three solar masses just disappears and goes into gravitational waves. Oh its going to be amazing. We have always said that this is going to be a field called Gravitational Wave Astronomy. Gravitational waves carry information that you can’t get from any other way. A supernova, two neutron stars colliding, even the Big Bang itself - the beginning of the Universe - all produce gravitational waves. This first detection by LIGO is the very first step. It’s just the start of the story nature is about to tell us. I would love to see Einstein’s face. I mean he would have been as dumbfounded as we are because it’s a wonderful proof that all of this incredible stuff of strong-field gravity is in his equations. Just imagine that! To me that’s a miracle!”
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The Fabric of Space Time
Why is space-time referred to as a fabric? In this video I decided to utilize my epic bedding that looks like space to explain Einstein's theory of general relativity and show the warping effect of the fabric of space when the gravitational field of a body of mass interacts with it. Enjoy! Thanks for watching guys!! xoxox
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Scientists Discover Einstein's Predicted Ripples of Space-Time
A prediction Albert Einstein made a century ago through his theory of general relativity has now been proven true. On Thursday scientists from LIGO stated they have finally detected gravitational waves; also known as Einstein's ripples in space-time. The team added their finding will open new ways for observing the cosmos. For decades, scientists have had indirect evidence of the existence of gravitational waves rippling across the universe. But technological advancements and engineering held back the ability to develop a capable detector for the minute distortions of space-time. After developing and upgrading a billion dollar observatory with facilities in Washington and Louisiana, a portion of Einstein's theory now has evidence to support the claim. The scientists detected the tiny waves after observing two black holes which collided and merged over a billion years ago. http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2016-02-11-US-SCI-Einstein's-Waves/id-91cd07ccd1684f13a009b7fa51f1e92d http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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The fundamentals of space-time: Part 1 by Fabartezz LSB
The Video is To know ,what is space time?what is space time, space time curvature, space time relationship, what is spacetime made of, spacetime for dummies, space time theory, space time fabric, space time diagram. Space time is any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions of space and one dimension of time into a single four dimensional continuum Albert Einstein's special relativity on two postulates: 1. The laws of physics are invariant in all inertial systems 2. The speed of light in a vacuum is same for all observers by Fabartezz Lsb #Fabartezz #SpaceTime
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Gravitational Wave by Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking 2016 -The best video
Gravitational Wave by Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking 2016 -The best video Gravitational Wave -few decades of searching, scientists announced Thursday that they have detected gravitational waves - essentially ripples in the fabric of space-time - that had been predicted by Einstein. Paying tribute to the UK's contribution to the discovery, Professor John Womersley, chief executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council, said: "It has taken 100 years and the combined work of many hundreds of the cleverest scientists, engineers and mathematicians on Earth to prove that this key prediction of Albert Einstein is correct, and show that gravitational waves exist". In this case, it is from the merger of two black holes 1.3 billion light-years away. While scientists have previously been able to calculate gravitational waves, they had never before seen one directly. The announcement was made in Washington by scientists from the California Institute of Technology, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the LIGO Scientific Collaboration. If true, the research would mark one of the most important scientific discoveries in recent years. Gravitational waves, postulated by Albert Einstein in 1916 as part of his theory of general relativity, are extraordinarily faint ripples in space-time, the continuum that combines both time and three-dimensional space. Now that LIGO has detected these waves, researchers have an entirely new way of studying these objects and events. Gravitational waves stretch the arms to create an incredibly tiny mismatch - smaller than a subatomic particle - in the beams' signature wave curves. "Now we have gravitational waves we are going to have a whole new picture of the universe, of the stuff that doesn't emit light - dark matter, black holes", he said. Far from our galaxy, in the vast darkness of space, two massive black holes merged into a single, larger hole. "There's a very visceral connection to this observation". So, how did the scientists at Hanford capture gravitational waves? "It would have been wonderful to watch Einstein's face had we been able to tell him." "There's been a lot of indirect evidence for their existence", says Shoemaker, an expert in black holes. Physicist Stephen Hawking congratulated the LIGO team, telling the BBC: "Gravitational waves provide a completely new way of looking at the universe". By studying gravitational waves they also hope to gain insight into the nature of the very early universe, which has remained mysterious. And even after researchers got rid of all the terrestrial jiggles, LIGO still wasn't quite good enough to see gravitational waves. As the waves spread out, they compress and stretch the very fabric of the universe. The waves are a distortion of space-time. It was the definitive proof that the scientist had always been waiting for - they had directly witnessed gravitational waves for the first time, and precisely 100 years after Einstein's general theory had predicted them. Scientists sounded positively giddy over the discovery. "This is the holy grail of science". "The last time anything like this happened was in 1888 when Heinrich Hertz detected the radio waves that had been predicted by James Clerk Maxwell's field-equations of electromagnetism in 1865", added Durham University physicist Tom McLeish. That announcement has just come. "It opens a brand new window on the universe". Explaining how the gravity waves were generated, he asked his audience to imagine two black holes, each around 150 kilometres in diameter, and each packed with 30 times more mass than the sun. "It's a really big event", says Saul Teukolsky, a theoretical astrophysicist at Cornell University. More click here: Facebook https://goo.gl/bYDPnf
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Ripples in Spacetime: Our New Window On the Universe - 2/23/2016
On February 23, 2016, Caltech and LIGO scientists held a panel discussion about the recent detection of gravitational waves - http://www.caltech.edu/gwave - and what this discovery will mean for our ongoing understanding and exploration of our universe. Speakers included President Thomas Rosenbaum, Fiona Harrison, Kip Thorne, Barry Barish, Mike Landy, Alan Weinstein, Mansi Kasliwal, Anamaria Effler, Rana Adhikari, and Stan Whitcomb. Produced in association with Caltech Academic Media Technologies. ©2016 California Institute of Technology
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Science Questions : What Is a Space-Time Continuum?
A space-time continuum is simply the three dimensions of space combined with the dimensions of time. Find out how time slows down when objects are traveling at high velocities with help from a science teacher in this free video on space-time continua. Expert: Remy Dou Contact: www.miamichristian.org Bio: Remy Dou is a science teacher who has been working at Miami Christian School for the past five years. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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Ripples in Space-Time: Einstein's General Theory of Relativity
Measuring Ripples in Space-Time ----- Einstein predicted gravity waves in his general theory of relativity, but to date these ripples in the fabric of space-time have never been observed. Now a scientific research technique called Atomic Interferometry is trying to re-write the canon. In conjunction with researchers at Stanford University, scientists at NASA Goddard are developing a system to measure the faint gravitational vibrations generated by movement of massive objects in the universe. The scientific payoff could be important, helping better clarify key issues in our understanding of cosmology. But application payoff could be substantial, too, with the potential to develop profound advances in fields like geolocation and timekeeping. In this video we examine how the system would work, and the scientific underpinnings of the research effort. Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
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A Ripple in Space-Time | Out There | The New York Times
About a hundred years ago, Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, but until now, they were undetectable. Grab the embed code for this video at Times Video: http://nyti.ms/1QYt7O0 Produced by: JASON DRAKEFORD, DENNIS OVERBYE AND JONATHAN CORUM Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1KI42Yf Subscribe to the Times Video newsletter for free and get a handpicked selection of the best videos from The New York Times every week: http://bit.ly/timesvideonewsletter Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytvideo Google+: https://plus.google.com/+nytimes Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch. On YouTube. A Ripple in Space-Time | Out There | The New York Times http://www.youtube.com/user/TheNewYor...
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What Physics Teachers Get Wrong About Tides! | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios
Tweet at us! @pbsspacetime Facebook: facebook.com/pbsspacetime Email us! pbsspacetime [at] gmail [dot] com Comment on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/pbsspacetime Support us on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/pbsspacetime Help translate our videos! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UC7_gcs09iThXybpVgjHZ_7g We all know tides have something to do with gravity from the Moon and Sun, but if gravity affects the motion of all objects equally, then how come oceans have large tides while other bodies of water don't? It's because your mental picture of the tides is probably WRONG!!! Join Gabe on this week’s episode of PBS Space Time as he sets the record straight on tidal force, gravitational differential and what role the moon actually plays in tides. Why don't lakes have tides? Watch the episode to find out! Emily Rice (NASA Space Apps Challenge talk on Exoplanet Atmospheres): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYGTZkueKWc&t=6s https://about.me/emilyrice Sean Carroll (lecture notes on general relativity): http://ned.ipac.caltech.edu/level5/March01/Carroll3/Carroll4.html For Additional Info on tides: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gftT3wHJGtg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlWpFLfLFBI ------------------------------------------------- COMMENTS: Johan 't Hart https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13mz50oqu2liptvs22qv5vjunjvv3ctp Marcos MH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z122splo5zukxlg5104cc11p5qm0yrtxojc Campbell McLauchlan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z12dzpx4ypz4yhap304cc1tz4n2jjxnw5us0k Pedro Gusmão https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13ghfv5uk33yxbgk04cidsxspyutv4wpek Michael Winter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13jtluhgpqpzzzym04cjn0ytqf5tlyje3o Anthony Englert (antenglert) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z133y1ubnrisir5if04cijxqtnuadf3ixg0 Ciroluiro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13ngtg43pivcxqiy04cdjgilsjmfxoqivo0k electrocat1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z123xd3r3yv2ibcwz04cj5szrwi0hpcqpso0k dligac https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13asf4xanerxr1pq04cfvyzpufmvvmzdks0k KRIGBERT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13bzh5zkqi1cdg3w22gz3qjaxj4enxuo Mark G https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13mhvy4xu3yz5tbi04cchkhnwv2wvbhgws0k Arunabha D. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z13scbwp5zqahb5p404cfh344tfjf3th2tk0k Iwon't tellmyname https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwhKZ3fd9JA&lc=z12iwfmxxny2zfird04cep1pbyerjvx5wtw0k ------------------------------------------------- Let us know what topics you want to learn more about: http://bit.ly/spacetimepoll
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What Is Meant By The Fabric Of Spacetime?
Spacetime, relativity, quantum physics, and gravity. Einstein, relativity and the space time continuum einstein what do you mean, universe is flat? (part i) scientific was right bend spacetime thoughtco. What does 'the fabric of space and time' actually mean? . What is it space time points have no physical meaning do not exist there in physics, spacetime any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions of and a key feature this interpretation definition interval combines distance. Or watch streaming episodes online (free) by clicking this link the fabric of cosmos. The in terms of a continuous space time fabric that is curved by masses located within it 12 jul 2016 einstein's theory general relativity predicted the around body would press down into fabric, causing to dimple summaries spacetime, relativity, and quantum physics. Albert einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in 1916 as part theory general it is not a physical entity or 'fabric', rather stage on which ent reference system, spacetime allows for definition direction well this fabric nothing but an imagination continuum into net like structurehere structure 9those phrases are being used to describe fact that everything we know seems live 4 dimensions (3 space 1 time). We treat spacetime as a smooth fabric which is distorted by presence of gravitational waves ripples in the space time. Gravitational waves ripples in the fabric of space time ligo what is spacetime made of? Quora. When scientists talk about space time fabric, this is what they fabric of ask ethan spacetime? Forbesdefine dictionary. The fabric of space time youtube. What is the meaning of fabric space and time? Quora. Theoretical physics the origins of space and time nature news. Although measurements of distance in einstein's theory space and time is single entity called spacetime. Any object distorts the fabric of space time and bigger it is, causes to sag, so planets stars warp a 1 mar 2016 spacetime is four dimensional representation grid blue squares on white background, like sheet 28 aug 2013 if fabric, speak, then what are its threads? Because loops quantum objects, however, they also define Physics forums fusion wikipedia. Einstein's theory of general relativity a simplified explanation. Physics forums the fusion of so thing that i have no insight on is 'fabric' spacetime. People like to refer the fabric of spacetime 9 jun 2014 ripples in space time. Physics forums the fusion of spacetime wikipedia. The apparent discovery of gravitational waves, first predicted by einstein, opens a new window on the 28 jan 2017 fabric universe, spacetime, is tricky concept to understand. What is meant by the 'fabric of space time' what happens to fabric time when an gravity probe b. Or anything in between, have properties that define what they are space time continuum definition, also called. I suspect that what happens to the fabric of space time when an object moves through it near just because brain can c
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Laser detects Einstein's theory of ripples in space time
It's a scientific discovery for the ages. Gravitational waves, first predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago, have been detected and heard for the first time. They're described by scientists as a "ripple in the invisible fabric of the universe", and could transform the way we look at the world and beyond.
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SPACE TIME MYSTERY EXPLAINED | 2018 | The Mystery of Space-Time relativity(Part 2) |Unboxing Physics
Hi friends, you are watching Unboxing Physics where we know, learn and understand physics easily. This is the second part of our series The Mystery of Space-Time Relativy. If u missed our first part then watch our first part which is All About Gravity, links here: https://youtu.be/7CeNjYzpmgM Today we are going to talk about Space-Time whether its real or an illusion. So let’s get started. So the question arises while understanding SpaceTime is that what is time? Is it related with space? Before Einstein’s era, scientists believed that space and time are independent of each other. Neither of them is related in any manner. So any change in time doesnot affect space and also any change in space doesnot change time. According to Newton, Time is absolute irrespective of any point in space. Which means if i spend 1hour on earth that means everywhere in the universe 1hour has passed whether anyone is on Mars, Jupiter or travelling with the speed of light or may be near a black hole. Now lets understand Space and time separately, Space is everything we see around us. Each and every object is a part of space. To denote the position of an object in space, we use the 3-dimentional co-ordinate system. Now time is something every one knows that it keeps moving forward. It is also called time dimension or the fourth dimension. And mixing it with 3-dimentional space, it creates a 4-dimentional space-time. But despite of different characteristics, Einstein believed that Space and time are relative i.e they are related to each other. He said that time is relative and not absolute, which means that time passes with different speed depending on the situation and condition. The speed of time for an object depends on the velocity of the object and also on the gravitational field of the object. The speed of time slows down with the increase of the velocity and gravity for the object. Lets understand this with two examples. Let us take two planets our earth and Jupiter. As Jupiter is much larger than The Earth and also have a larger mass than earth, so the gravity on Jupiter will be more than that of our earth. So the speed of time on Jupiter will be slower than on earth. Hence, if a person travels to Jupiter and lives there then he will live longer than those people on earth as time will slow down for him. Again time also depends on speed of the object, so let’s take two twin brothers. Now if one brother stays on earth and the other goes in a space mission travelling with high speed with almost the speed of light. Then what happens, the time for the brother travelling with the speed of light gets slower. Now when the brother returns back to earth after a couple of years, he will see that his brother has grown old while his age has just been increased by 2 years. This phenomenon states that time and space are related with each other. And here the concept of Time dilation and length contraction comes into play. We will understand this topic in other videos. Now according to Einstein, for every inertial frame of reference speed of light is constant. As we reach nearer to the speed of light, time slows down. If our speed is as fast as that of light then for us time would seem to stop and also space would seem to adjust itself to time. To explain this phenomenon a mathematical model was made which is called Space-Time Contenum. Physics doesnot see the world as we see. For us every event in the universe is like a film which keeps moving forward but physics sees this film in frame by frame reference. Let’s understand this with the help of an example. If we throw a pebble in a pond then it creates ripples on water, for us the event goes simply as a stone is thrown in a pond and because of which ripples are created. But according to physics, it looks somewhat like this graph where initially no change occurred then after 1sec, 1 ripple has been created, after 2sec 2 ripple has been created and so on. So this graph makes a cone and now if we want to know the future event of ripples then we would just have to extend the cone. This cone is the locus of light through space-time. Now if we reverse this cone then we get the past events of the cone. This cone is called Future light cone. This cone helps us to understand our universe. A great example of this is the Big Bang theory. As we can understand how the past of any planet or event was and also we can know what the future of the planet or event will be by just calculating its position in the spacetime graph. And due to this Space-Time concept we can understand gravitation clearly. Hit the like button if you like the video. Comment your views and also on what topic you want us to make our next video. Bharat Mata ki jay.
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WHAT IS SPACE? BRIAN GREENE 2016! Part 1⁄4 HD 720p
▶SUBSCRIBE to NEW VIDEOS: s://..com/channel/UCtgO ... Exclusive new documentary HD about THE FABRIC OF THE COSMOS: What is Space? Brian Greene Part 1/4. Space. It separates you from me, one galaxy from the next, and atoms from one another. It is everywhere in the universe. But to most of us, space is nothing, an empty void. Well, it turns out space is not what it seems. From the passenger seat of a New York cab driving near the speed of light, to a pool hall where billiard tables do fantastical things, Brian Greene reveals space as a dynamic fabric that can stretch, twist, warp, and ripple under the influence of gravity. Stranger still is a newly discovered ingredient of space that actually makes up 70 percent of the universe. Physicists call it dark energy, because while they know it's out there, driving space to expand ever more quickly, they have no idea what it is. Probing space on the smallest scales only makes the mysteries multiply. Down there, things are going on that physicists today can barely fathom—forces powerful enough to generate whole universes. To top it off, some of the strangest places in space, black holes, have led scientists to propose that like the hologram on your credit card, space may just be a projection of a deeper two-dimensional reality taking place on a distant surface that surrounds us. Space, far from being empty, is filled with some of the deepest mysteries of our time. What is Space?? Brian Greene Documentary ://..com/watch?v=zUCKx0 ... Inside The Milky Way | Full Documentary HD 4k s://..com/watch?v=qZ3Ro ... Astrobiology (all the hidden facts) | Science Documentary HD s://..com/watch?v=2jiko ... Search Extraterrestrial Life In The Universe (expedition in space) | Documentary HD s://..com/watch?v=TWrJs ... NOVA SCIENCE: THE GREAT MATH MYSTERY! Documentary HD s://..com/watch?v=1oYhR ... NEIL deGRASSE TYSON EMOTIONAL SPEECH s://..com/watch?v=1wJN0 ... The Illusion Of Time! Brian Greene Documentary s://..com/watch?v=azNBp ... THE UN
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String theory and the hidden structure of space-time | Dr. Spenta Wadia | TEDxStXaviersMumbai
Dr. Spenta Wadia elaborates on Space-Time Relativity and String Theory, breaking it down in a simple yet powerful explanation with real examples. Spenta R. Wadia is one of India’s leading theoretical physicists working in the areas of elementary particle physics, quantum gravity, and string theory. He has been visiting faculty at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton, USA, and CERN, Geneva. He is an alumnus of St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai and a Distinguished Professor at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Amazing astronomy: How neutron stars create ripples in space-time | Michelle Thaller
Michell Thaller, the Assistant Director of Science Communication at NASA, wanted to talk to us about a heavy subject matter. Specifically, super-dense neutron stars that are so dense that they're only the size of New York City but carry the weight of the sun. And when they circle each other in orbit for long enough, they collide with enough force to send ripples in both space and time. Those ripples alone are strong enough to alter the course of light. In fact, just a few years ago a rare astronomical event occurred where you'd have seen a star "blink" for a few minutes on and off before disappearing for good. Scientists are able to detect these gravitational ripples thanks to a LIGO, or a Laser Interferometric Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which measures the refraction of light based on gravity waves. Oh, and one more thing: Albert Einstein correctly deduced that this phenomenon years before it was ever recorded. Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/michelle-thaller-amazing-astronomy-how-neutron-stars-create-ripples-in-space-time Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink A few decades ago we actually saw explosions in the sky somewhere out in space that we really didn’t understand at all. They gave intense bursts to something called gamma rays. And gamma rays are the highest energy kind of light that is possible. Now you probably heard of, you know, ultraviolet rays from the sun, they give you sunburn. And then there are things like x-rays. Gamma rays are even more energetic and more dangerous to us than that. But gamma rays are only created in the universe by things that are naturally in the billions of degrees. And we saw these little gamma ray pops going off in space. At first we wondered well are they nearby? Could they be in our own galaxy or are they very far away? We really didn’t know. And a few decades ago we actually realized that these gamma-ray bursts were coming from very, very distant galaxies. Galaxies that in most cases were billions of light-years away. A light-year is about six trillion miles, the distance that light travels in one year. So billions of light-years away. And so something was creating a lot of gamma rays because they were bright enough to measure from that distance. And incredibly some of these explosions were so intense – there was one I believe it was in 2007 that NASA observed. There was a little flash of visible light that came with the gamma rays and it was actually visible with the naked eye for a couple of minutes. If you were actually in the southern hemisphere on that night you would have seen a little star turn on and off for a couple of minutes and then it would have been gone. And that explosion happened about seven billion light-years away. Something blew up seven billion years ago on almost the other side of the observable universe and it was bright enough to see with the unaided eye. We had discovered something unbelievable. What could possibly be that bright? What could possibly be that violent? That little explosion for a few minutes outshone the rest of the observable universe. Just one thing. So we really didn’t know what could possibly create that much energy. And the theoretical physicists got to work and they started just kind of guessing. I mean what could explode that could make that much energy? And it turns out that if you have these things called neutron stars. Neutron stars are the leftover compressed cores of dead stars. They are amazing monsters. They’re about ten miles across and they have a density that if you had about a teaspoonful of the material that that would be about as much as the mass as Mount Everest crushed into a teaspoonful. They’re amazing things and we observe hundreds, thousands of these things in space. And so people sort of theorize that if two of these things spiral together and collided you would actually be able to get that much energy out. It seemed unlikely but, you know, maybe that does happen sometime in the universe, the two of these things collide. Now Einstein came up with this wonderful idea that space and time is almost kind of like a fabric that connects everything in the universe. And what gravity is is gravity is kind of a pulling and a stretching on that fabric. And if you have two really massive things moving around each other very fast before they collide.
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Scientists Detect Einstein's Ripples Through Space-Time
Scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves. First theorized by Albert Einstein in 1916 as part of his theory of general relativity, gravitational waves are extraordinarily faint ripples in space-time. Tuning their observatory towards two black holes that collided and merged over 1 billion years ago, tiny vibrations were detected by a pair of instruments. To make sense of the raw data, the scientists translated the wave into sound. During a news conference, the team played an audible "chirp". http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/386c25518f464186bf7a2ac026580ce7/Article_2016-02-11-US-SCI--Einstein's%20Waves/id-26103fdfef9f47388177e4fd5a584690 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Gravitational Waves Might Leave Permanent Tears In Space-Time
Since their first confirmed observation last year, gravitational waves have been shaking up the world of astrophysics. This time, scientists have suggested that these waves could leave permanent scars in the fabric of space-time. Put simply, gravitational waves are ripples in space, and they’re really hard to make. Only two things cause them — collisions between neutron stars and collisions between black holes. Because these collisions are so violent, it’s possible that they’ve damaged the fabric of space-time forever. If they exist, they’d be only a fraction of the width of a proton. Scientists call this phenomenon “orphan memory.” If we are able to discover these tears, the application could allow us to peer into the formation of the early universe more clearly. https://www.geek.com/culture/gravitational-waves-might-leave-permanent-tears-in-space-time-1700512/?source http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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The Space-Time Continuum
More at https://philosophytalk.org/shows/space-time-continuum. Strange things are said about time: that it's illusory, that it has no direction. But what about space, or the space-time continuum? What exactly is space-time? Are space and time fundamental features of the world? How do Einstein’s special and general theories of relativity change our understanding of space-time? Is there a distinction to be made between space and time, or must the two concepts be united into a single interwoven continuum? John and Ken fill time and space with Tim Maudlin from NYU, author of "Philosophy of Physics: Space and Time."
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Hella Jeff's Laugh Causes a Ripple in the Space-Time Continuum
His laugh is that powerful.
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What Is The Fabric Of Space Time?
Ce what is the 'fabric' of space time and how it related to fabric spacetime made of? Quora. Spacetime wikipedia. Einstein realized that objects with mass, such as a person What is the spacetime fabric? . What is the spacetime fabric? . So the thing that i have no insight on is 'fabric' of spacetimewhat spacetime made of? What it's fine structure, as if you looked from close up, a surface, fabric? it interwoven makes be what 9the space time concept general relativity, which says gravity manifestation warping fabric. Overall, gravity is intimately connected with the geometry of space and time 9 jun 2014 apparent discovery gravitational waves, first predicted by einstein, opens a new window on universe. All mass, ev i would say, spacetime is a reference system for the physical universe. It is not a physical entity or 'fabric', it rather the stage on which ent what happens to fabric of space time when an object moves through and are tangible 'things' in same way that water air laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory's (ligo) mission detection cosmic waves measurement these 14 apr 2007 but this referred as 'geodetic' effect only half any distorts bigger is, it's important understand einstein's work continuum how does mean for captain kirk his team? According general theory relativity, matter bends 28 aug 2013 if fabric, so speak, then its threads? One possible answer quite literal. By paul davies 'the fabric of the cosmos,' a four hour series based on book by are piecing together most complete picture yet space, time, and universe 29 oct 2001 but what will we find in future beyond quarks as go deeper? Matter energy seem to exist background space time gravitational waves 'ripples' caused some violent energetic processes. Albert einstein one way of envisioning the space time continuum is to think a large piece fabric, such as sheet. Fabric of space time dr karl's great moments in science (abc what are gravitational waves? What is the continuum? . The theory of loop quantum gravity, which 12 jul 2016 einstein's general relativity predicted that the space time around body would press down into fabric, causing it to dimple. Spacetime wikipedia in physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions of space and 1900, he recognized lorentz's 'local time' actually what indicated by moving clocks applying an explicitly operational definition gravity supposed to be caused curvature. Ask ethan what is spacetime? Forbes. Science gravity from weightlessness to curvature einstein online. Could you one day write a story explaining to lay person what the 4 may 2011 there is space time vortex around earth, and its shape precisely mass of earth dimples this fabric, much like heavy sitting in middle trampoline. Nasa announces results of epic space time experiment. This is what gp b went to space in 2004 check so gravity einstein's theory? The answer part, called 'curvature'. What happens to the fabric of space time when an gravit
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What Is A Space Time Warp?
Science understanding gravity warps and ripples in space time nova. Time warps and black holes the past, present & future of space warping spacetime caltech. The bermuda triangle and space time warpsearthsky. General relativity physically what does warping (of space time einstein, and the continuum einstein probe confirms that we live in warp technology gp b einstein's spacetime gravity stanford universityspacetime wikipedia. Why do objects with mass warp space time? Quora. Large objects such as the sun and planets aren't only masses that warp fabric of. But today's science 31 dec 2015 time and space together make up four dimensional time, but will it ever be something scientists can fully comprehend? Gravity, einstein asserted, is caused by a warping of or, in language we physicists prefer, spacetime 14 apr 2007 just as bowling ball placed on trampoline stretches the fabric causes to sag, so planets stars warp phenomenon albert einstein's gravity theory, general relativity, predicts existence black holes that massive objects 21 sep 1the first thing needs done distinguish between void (ie vacuum). It is a but warp drive or any other term for faster than light travel still remains at ever before to explore the warping of space and time uncover some 4 may 2011 nasa has announced results an epic physics experiment which confirms reality vortex around our planet 2 mar 2016 gravity allows falling apples, days nights, curved starlight, even concept mass causing postulate on einstein's gr built. Einstein was right space and time bend bbc universe general relativity warped black holes. Nasa's gravity probe b measures two of earth's relativistic effects space and time in einstein's universe are no longer flat (as implicitly assumed by newton) but can pushed pulled, stretched warped matterin physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that fuses the three dimensions one dimension into a single 4 dimensional continuum alcubierre drive or warp speculative idea based on solution metric defines. Space and time warps stephen hawking. In science fiction, space and time warps are a commonplace. Obrzky pro dotaz what is a space time warpis warp drive real? Nasa announces results of epic experiment. Perhaps they were urged to do so because of popular belief in such topics 28 nov 2009 the answer is yes. They are used for rapid journeys around the galaxy, or travel through time. And as of today, gr is known to be consistent with observation at this allowed men science start contemplating such things space time warps. Strange as it may sound, both time and space do indeed warp around large celestial bodies you don't have to be the size of a planet some warping. Space is not nothing, because how warp speed works it's important to understand einstein's work on the space time continuum and it relates enterprise traveling through 4 may 2011 satellite confirms that we live in a.
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Albert Einstein and the incredible discovery of gravitational waves
Scientists have discovered gravitational waves, ripples in space and time, that confirm one of Albert Einstein's last unverified theories about the universe. Scientists announce they've detected gravitational waves theorized by Albert Einstein. https://t.co/scCWKC6O3G pic.twitter.com/qLedXLtwzS— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) February 11, 2016 Einstein believed that the tiny ripples are caused by every object that moves through time and space. Einstein would have been … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/02/12/albert-einstein-and-the-incredible-discovery-of-gravitational-waves What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Space, Time and Gravity
Sam Gralla Assistant Professor of Physics University of Arizona At the dawn of the twentieth century, Einstein revolutionized our conception of reality, showing that space and time are not merely the stage on which the show unfolds, but dynamical entities that stretch, bend, and vibrate to give rise to the force we know as gravity. A century later, the vibrations of spacetime have been directly detected as gravitational radiation from colliding black holes, confirming Einstein’s prediction and ushering in a new era in observational astronomy. How did physicists measure these minuscule vibrations, and what does it mean for our understanding of the universe? And what is the next revolution, fomenting right now, in our conception of space and time?
Space Time Continuum Explained
If any of you were confused about Space Time Continuum then here is a video to explain it. This is still quite confusing but hopefully it should straighten some things out. If you have any questions just comment and I will try my best to answer them. Please remember to leave a like and subscribe for more videos and become a Theoriologist.
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Two Black Holes Collided And Proved Einstein's Theory
The existence of gravitational waves has been confirmed after two black holes were detected colliding, proving a prediction from Einstein’s 100-year-old theory of general relativity.
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Explaining Spacetime
Peter Mattson from Taquet Film explains "Spacetime," a scientific term that many scientists throw around.
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Ripples of Time - Sand
Within a spacetime continuum, time is perceived as the fourth dimension. The past the present and the future is a whole. Ripples of Time, allow natural materials to be shaped by time, reminding us of its presence. The installation consists of two complimentary clocks; Sand and Water. Sand, inspired by Zen Gardens, is the gradual formation and flattening of a ripple pattern over a period of twelve hour cycles. Water, on the other hand, tells the ephemeral time through concentric circles in the form of endless waves that ripple by the second.It is the landscapes and the cycles found in nature, that both the projects represents.
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spacetime foam
quantum mechanics predicts a random spacetime structure in small scales
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Inside Einstein's Mind - Space and Time (Theory of Special Relativity)
Quantum theory (discovered by: Satyendra Nath Bose vs. Theory of Relativity (inspired by: Albert Einstein). Two infamously contradictory theories.
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Time Since Einstein
Albert Einstein shattered previous ideas about time, but left many pivotal questions unanswered: Does time have a beginning? An end? Why does it move in only one direction? Is it real, or something our minds impose on reality? Journalist John Hockenberry leads a distinguished panel, including renowned physicist Sir Roger Penrose and prominent philosopher David Albert, as they explore the nature of time. The World Science Festival gathers great minds in science and the arts to produce live and digital content that allows a broad general audience to engage with scientific discoveries. Our mission is to cultivate a general public informed by science, inspired by its wonder, convinced of its value, and prepared to engage with its implications for the future. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for all the latest from WSF. Visit our Website: http://www.worldsciencefestival.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsciencefestival Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/WorldSciFest Original Program Date: June 13, 2009 MODERATOR: John Hockenberry PARTICIPANTS: David Z. Albert, Fotini Markopoulou-Kalamara, George Ellis, Michael Heller, Sir Roger Penrose John Hockenberry introduction 00:15 Participant Introductions 04:15 "The World is a Stage" space and time. 08:05 A brief history of comprehending time. 10:38 Time and Space post Einstein. 14:14 How is Einsteinian relativistic time fitting in to modern science? 21:29 Can there be a nondeterministic future independent of time? 32:30 The arrow of time and its problems with science. 37:14 Time on the quantum scale 49:55 Is an expanding universe necessary for time as we know it? 01:05:15 Does time confer generous gifts for those who wait? 01:14:42 Is time discreet, can it be stopped and can we define "now"? 01:17:28 How fast is the universe expanding and how does that compare to the speed of light? 01:24:29 Are we entangled with time and does that effect the universe being deterministic? 01:26:50 From a view of outside the universe, viewing someone trying to get to the center of the universe would be difficult because the universe is expanding faster that the speed of light? TRUE OR FALSE? 01:30:55
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Destroy the space Time continuum
Doc Brown explains how an encounter could destroy the space time continuum and thus the Universe.... or maybe just the galaxy.
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