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Published by: api-3700341 on Oct 14, 2008
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Very intense low-frequency gravitational wave sources in higher
dimension are the controlling forces in the cosmos \u2013 who
coordinates it?

Very intense, low-frequency, gravitational wave sources can be expected from gravitational waves
associated with the merger of massive black holes.

Scientists have long argued that massive black holes are inevitable in the cores of young galaxies.
There is very strong evidence that such black holes exist in many objects, with masses ranging
from 106 to 109 solar masses. Galactic mergers are likely to give rise to such black hole mergers.
So one estimate of the rate of powerful gravity wave events can be obtained by estimating the rate
of Galactic mergers. For large galaxies with central black holes, scientists have estimated this rate
at about one per century. This does not include the far more frequent mergers of smaller Galaxies
for which central black holes have not been confirmed. It is very clear now that the events in the
cosmos are well coordinated through the use of very intense low-frequency gravitational wave
sources in higher dimension. Gravity detectors in 3D Spatial dimension fail to detect the intense
gravity waves.

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