GW190521 is a gravitational wave detection from May 21, 2019 which was so unusual that scientists had to spin it as a mammoth collision of impossible black holes.
The problem is, black holes are a theoretical contrivance needed to account for the missing mass of the universe. That’s a problem too because the mass isn’t missing, it’s the firmament, a sphere of rigid crystal on the edge of space.
If there aren’t any black holes then what could be the cause of gravitational waves? We have proposed that fluctuations in the human death rate are the cause of gravitational waves as human souls are added to hell. It’s a predictive testable hypothesis.
Predictive Testable Hypothesis 13
- IF the center of the Earth is the source of gravity for the entire universe,
- AND human souls are gravity nodes,
- THEN fluctuations in the human death rate are the cause of gravitational waves.
A quick search of the news didn’t come up with what we would consider to be compelling evidence for a large number of souls unexpectedly dying in a short period of time, although unrest in the Yemen/Saudi Arabia region could well have provided it, we just don’t know for sure.
The intriguing possibility exists that gravitational waves aren’t just the result of human souls being added to hell, but any debris which falls from the lower mantle in sufficient quantities. In this case there are two earthquakes of at least 5.0 magnitude on this date. This may well be the seismic effect of material from the lower mantle falling into hell. It produced such an unusual result that it was necessary for the Peer Review propaganda machine of invent a new category of fictional contrivance just to give itself some cover.
We’ve collected up some news material from the day that the gravitational wave detection occurred. There are some other possible explanations besides invoking an impossible form of a fictional contrivance. Popular science (SciPop) is a narrative driven fiction which has no relationship to science at all. SciPop, what on earth have you become?