Gravity Waves from Big Bang Detected

Proof of gravitational waves created by cosmic inflation is shown here in this image of the cosmic microwave background radiation collected by the BICEP2 experiment at the South Pole. The proof comes in the form of a signature called B-mode polarization, a curling of the orientation, or polarization, of the light, denoted by the black lines on the image. The color indicates small temperature fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background that correspond to density fluctuations in the early universe.
BICEP2 Collaboration
A curved signature in the cosmic microwave background light provides proof of inflation and space-time ripples

By Clara MoskowitzScientific American

Physicists have found a long-predicted twist in light from the Big Bang that represents the first image of ripples in the universe called gravitational waves, researchers announced today. The finding is direct proof of the theory of inflation, the idea that the universe expanded extremely quickly in the first fraction of a second after it was born. What’s more, the signal is coming through much more strongly than expected, ruling out a large class of inflation models and potentially pointing the way toward new theories of physics, experts say.

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  1. Vollkommen falsche Schlussfolgerung

    Das sind die Schockwellen von den Fürzen des himmlischen Zombies, als er was Universum schuf. Da kennt einer das heilige Buch nicht

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