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Scientists detect "unknown or unanticipated" burst of gravitational waves in space

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Such bursts described as 'the gravitational waves that go bump in the night'



Scientists think they have detected an "unknown or unanticipated" burst of gravitational waves coming from somewhere deep in space.


The wobble in spacetime was picked up unexpectedly by the LIGO experiment, which was specifically built to detect gravitational waves.




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1 hour ago, Kal-El814 said:

The simulation is breaking down, I recommend the devs download more RAM and perform a title update.



I still say we should have all seen this coming when we got a leaker named Reality Winner.


The scientists overseeing the experiment obviously don't give a fuck anymore. They've went out to lunch and left a ten year old in charge.

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