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Through The Atmosphere: Exploring the Theories of the Universe

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A man by the name Albert Einstein loads a tram-car on the way home from work. The scientist sits in his seat as it rolls away from the station, watching a tower clock turn. He moves farther and farther away, his eyes still fixed on the clock. He theorizes that if he were to recede…

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A chirp reveals the origins of the world: LIGO proves existence of gravitational waves

in Beyond Our Walls by

The idea of a black hole is terrifying in and of itself. But now, imagine two black holes colliding into one another at the speed of light. This collision would result in a larger black hole, sending ripples called gravitational waves through the spacetime fabric of the universe. Einstein’s theory of gravitational waves is fundamental…

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