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  1. All I finally found another Gravity Wave Measurement measured against the diameter of the proton. The first gravity wave found was (GW150914) measured at a 10,000th of the diameter of a proton. It had a spin of -.01 and so in my python code it would be a 1 spin. I should explain Luminosity Distance, it is an approximation in the linear direction because light bends around massive objects on its way from deep space to the measuring point. At some junctures light can bend greater than other junctures, because of mass differences and this is why its an approximation for very deep objects.
  2. Thank you Dubbelosix for your quick response, Could you possibly break this down simply by showing every step through math how LIGO arrived at . If at all possible do you know a link where all the gravity waves are just in this format alone like the first one, yet I know they are different sizes. What I mean is did someone already do the math and do you know of a link where the gravity waves are in scientific notation like
  3. How can I find out all the gravity wave measurements that only relate to the diameter of the proton? For instance the very 1st Gravity Wave detection was found on September 14, 2015, with LIGO's interferometers in Livingston, at LA and Hanford. The detection was measured to be .000000000000000001 or 1e-18 or which was 10,000 of a diameter of a proton. I know LIGO has detected about a total of 50 gravity waves. Is it possible that you could send me all the measurements of all the gravity waves as a number like the first gravity in relation to the proton measureme
  4. Well I come from the school of the thought of a Platonic Philosophy of Mathematics where math is inherent in nature and where our number system is merely a reflection of the order that was and is present. The ego is in your way suggesting that mankind is the only intelligent mathematical beings, I beg to differ.
  5. I believe since luminosity is not an exactly accurate measuring stick this is just why the excitement is about gravity waves. After thinking about what Einstein wrote regarding luminosity as in light is not accurate to use exactly for distances, because of the linear constraint I thought how I could explain this to make it simple. Here I go: 1 ) Gravity Waves can extend out and their path is not effected by other masses, so the distance measurement is direct. 2) Where as [u]Light when it is emitted its path bends around stars so when using luminosity as a measuring tool for hu
  6. To All The Universe's Primary Number I don't use Luminosity at all to measure the distance to the Black Hole Merger from the Ligo Gravity Wave With the calculations below I have found the exact distance for the “LIGO’s Gravity wave source of the Black hole merger on September 14, 2015” through gravities geometry. Ligo’s estimated the source distance of the Black Hole Merger through a method called luminosity which is known to be an approximation of 1,271,400,000 light years. My method to find the source distance to the black merger utilizes a gravitational geometric number
  7. I found the Trinity in the Musical ABC-Notation of star system TOI-178. I wrote a book titled "Omega Lambda Effect: Voice of God from the Exoplanets": There is a catastrophic message contained from the decoding of the Laplace Resonance of prime 189643 of the star system TOI-178's orbits. I included a hopeful message within it it too. But what I found had already had a hopeful message as-well. If one converts the TOI-178's youtube video to MP3 to Musical notation then finally to ABC-notation. You will find the word "cea" in Romanian which Translates to "The one" at where the planets c
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