You may have read the news; Albert Einstein was right about #gravitational waves. These waves are ripples in the space/time continuum Einstein predicted nearly 100 years ago. Scientists have detected evidence of gravitational waves. They are describing it as a “chirp,” the “music of the cosmos” or the “soundtrack” of the universe. Louisiana State University physicist Gabriela Gonzalez, said they hope to have a greatest hits compilation of the universe in a decade or so. Apparently, there is no truth to the rumor that the it sounded like John Lennon’s song, “Give Peace a Chance.”
Here are my nominations for the possible “Greatest Hits of the Cosmos” album:
- “Fly Me to the Moon” — Frank #Sinatra
- “Blue Moon” — Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
- “Rocket Man” — #EltonJohn
- “Space Oddity” — #DavidBowie
- “The Purple People Eater” — Sheb Wooley
- The opening theme to “Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy”
- “Eclipse” — #Pink Floyd
- “Across the Universe” — The #Beatles
Now that scientists have solved the theory of gradational waves, there are still other mysteries yet to be solved:
Are there #Bigfoot/#Sasquatch/#Yeti creatures or are they the results of poor hairdos?
Are there Unidentified Flying Objects (#UFO)? Should they be banned? Can they be taxed? Where do they park? Do they pay tolls?
What is Dark Matter and what do we do with it when we find it? Does it matter?
Why some people don’t believe in global warming? Are they just cold blooded? Poor circulation? Starved for attention?
Is #Thump’s hair real or a really bad toupee?
Does intelligent life exist elsewhere? Scientists already know there is no intelligence life in Congress or California. Can we set up a play date?
Where do e-mails disappear to? Is there really a black hole in the internet that sucks up random e-mails? What happened to the missing eighteen and a half minutes from the Nixon tapes?
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