I remember vaguely hearing about gravitrons being observed in some university in June. Did this really happen and can anyone give me a link or some details about the discovery?
Tell you this, you can answer that question for yourself very easily. Just type 'gravitons discovered' or 'gravitons observed' in the Google search bar. If you are redirected to sites of serious organizations like CERN, FermiLab, NASA, universities like MIT, CALTECH, STANFORD, BERKELEY,...you will find it out. You have the entire internet for yourself, man, start doing some independent research and be a real MAN, HihaaaaaSDutra said:I remember vaguely hearing about gravitrons being observed in some university in June. Did this really happen and can anyone give me a link or some details about the discovery?
Marlon harsh?! Perish forbid...SDutra said:That last post was kind of harsh lol.
Dantes said:The last I read fermilab and cern ( don't think they are done yet though, don't remember) were both on the hunt for gravitons and so far they have been unsuccessful in finding evidence of them
It is? That's news to me!
Do you have a reference or citation for that statement, from a reputable scientific source?
A link to an internet forum is not a reputable scientific source. Show us a reference to a published, peer-reviewed article in a scientific journal.yaa.i got this from a site of astronomy and black holes.theres a whole lot of explanation n it.this is the link:
That's just silly.crank site said:If E=mc2, then energy and matter exist and are exchangeable. We know also that antimatter exists. Scientists are now making anti-Hydrogen regularly in the laboratory. So, if energy, matter and antimatter exist, shouldn’t anti-energy exist, at least conceptually?