Graviational Wave Detector Argus Co-Function
The widely spaced gravitational wave detectors developed for the Reality Intertextualization Project have also been useful in more conventional astronomy. The laser and neutrino interferometer instruments involved are now linked with the Argus Array information net to produce a gravitational wave map of the universe, showing neutron stars and black holes throughout this and neighboring galaxies. The Gravitational Wave Detector Argus co-function as it is called has also produced detailed information concerning the early years, minutes and even seconds of the post-Big Bang universe, showing the fine detail of this period and the surprising complexity of the high energy cosmos. Some cosmologists and esotericists refer to this period of complexity as the Alpha, postulating an advanced intelligence or civilisation at this time of unknown origin.
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Text by Steve Bowers
Initially published on 31 October 2002.