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zmama
18-03-2014, 15:25:30
Waves!! so cool :nerd:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/gravity-waves-cmb-b-mode-polarization/

paiktis
18-03-2014, 15:50:31
yes there was a greek american harvard or was it MIT professor on TV celebrating he got those news to play at greek national tv. of course after a little while all the private channels played it.
funny thing is he was so happy the TV was playing the news item, he didnt actually explain what it was. (the reason he was invited)

paiktis
18-03-2014, 15:52:36
and of course i won't read all that.
so i'll never know what it is :mad:

paiktis
18-03-2014, 15:53:48
and now the radio is playing this news item and another professor is explaining it.
so i guess i'll know after all :coolgrin:

oh god he begins by telling physics life history :sleep:
journalist: what can i tell you mr... professor... that I have understood that? I haven't. :lol:
(me either)
and now ads.
great show

Venom
18-03-2014, 16:53:04
How do they know for sure they're that old? Universe is a big, old bitch, and bitches always be lying about their age.

zmama
18-03-2014, 18:10:36
Ah, you be a Jesus rode a dinosaur guy?

Funko
18-03-2014, 19:56:11
"be sure" is a difficult concept.

zmama
18-03-2014, 20:02:53
Well I think it's :cool: !

Venom
18-03-2014, 20:25:03
It's super cool, but they can't know that it hasn't been overwritten by something else! These could be gravity waves from some kind of war in the stars with fantastical weapons.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
18-03-2014, 20:48:01
I thought Venom was the only source of gravity waves.

zmama
18-03-2014, 22:26:27
FACT!

hmm this changes everything

paiktis
18-03-2014, 22:35:02
that explains why the scientists couldn't explain it

jsorense
19-03-2014, 00:26:38
Who or what surfs gravity waves? :confused::eek::bounce:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
19-03-2014, 07:55:00
Gravitons.

MDA
19-03-2014, 22:01:28
and electric sheep

Fistandantilus
20-03-2014, 17:00:21
The absence of Sandra Bullock in this thread disappoints me.

MDA
20-03-2014, 20:28:09
well, in any thread, really

Finn Willi (5)
21-03-2014, 17:35:13
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Interesting.

Finn Willi (5)
21-03-2014, 17:35:35
I no understand!!!

zmama
21-03-2014, 17:52:49
Stoopid web nerds :(

C.G.B. Spender
22-03-2014, 08:59:18
It's stratrek nerd stuff