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Creation Event Horizon

Gravity Discovery Makes for Big Waves by Hugh Ross


Scientists announced to the world earlier this year that they had discovered gravitational waves.1 This remarkable, Nobel Prize-worthy achievement is laden with significant cosmological implications, including what or who is responsible for the universe's existence.

The instrument used for the discovery is itself noteworthy. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) is the world's most sensitive detector and can detect a distortion in space-time of 0.001, the diameter of a . . .


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