Gravitational Waves Analysis Shows Extraterrestrial Entities All
Around Us in Higher Dimensions
Oct 29, 2006
Sunday, March 25, 2007 09:53:32 AM
They are all
around us. Just next to us is where they are reacting with us.
But they exist in higher spatial dimensions. Gravitational wave
analysis manifests the higher dimensions that are real but
impossible for our current technologies to perceive.
Scientists all around the world are finding that gravity wave
energies in the lower stratosphere decrease pole ward and are
stronger in winter than summer. In the troposphere, clear gravity
wave energy maximum exists over certain massive mountain ranges like
Himalayas, Rockies and so on. In contrast in the lower stratosphere,
the principal gravity wave energy maxima are not associated with the
mountains, but rather are seen mostly to the east and south. The
time series of tropospheric gravity wave energies are virtually
uncorrelated with the lower stratosphere gravity wave energies. More
interannual variation is seen in lower stratosphere wave energies
than in the troposphere. What is influencing some of this lower
stratosphere gravity wave variability? Some of the important gravity
wave energy spectral indices differ considerably from their
conventional values and show considerable spatial and temporal
This unaccounted variances are just the start of the puzzle.
Scientists are astonished at the unpredictability of the gravity
waves. It seems it is all there but we just cannot understand it.
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