According to the Internet, Gravitational waves 'are distortions in the fabric of space and time'. So does that mean there really could be parallel universes? And wouldn't that also mean that you could, in theory...
... travel back in time? Or forward in time? It kind of blows my mind to think of time having a ripple effect, but that's what these waves are - space ripples. How is space time different from regular time? What does this mean for us on Earth? I could spend hours reading about this stuff, but I'd love some suggestions about a book on this topic.
Gravitational Waves infographic
2 black holes collide, creating waves
“These waves are spacetime ripples and yes, they do exist.”
Just read great article by Joe West at Indiana State University. He and his team might have solved the mystery of how the Pyramids of Giza were (or should have been) built! West and his team did terrific research on Dodecagons.
I just finished watching the new film Hidden Figures. It is about physicist and mathematician, Katherine Johnson as well as mathematician Dorothy Vaughan and engineer Mary Jackson, all of whom worked for NASA. It's about time these women got some recognition for their accomplishments.
My granddaughter was over the other day and she was studying electromagnets for her fourth grade class. I sat down with her to see what it as all about it. I consider myself a very smart woman but I'm confused.