Left. The Detector for Gravitational Waves.
Right. The galaxy cluster Abell 2218 (right) is a spectacular example of gravitational lensing. The image has been captured by the Hubble Space Telescope on 1995 and shows how light rays coming from galaxies that lies beyond the cluster are deflected by the huge gravitational field and assume a distorted form like evanescent archlets. (Photo NASA). Inside the cluster there would be a Multiple Nucleus Quasar!

Detecting Gravitational Waves since 1994!
The existing knowledge concerning the structure and the behaviour of the Universe is based on informations provided by the Electromagnetic Waves emitted by celestial objects which form the Universe itself. Gravitational Waves produced by collapses, explosions or collisions of celestial objects can provide very useful informations as, when compared with Electromagnetic Waves, they have much higher energy and propagate in the space less attenuated and/or distorted.
Until today any attempt to detect Gravitational Waves has not been successful. Since 1994 is operating an instrument which detects Gravitational Waves.
It is a highly sensitive device capable of detecting nearly any type of highly energetic phenomena which take place in the Universe. The analysis the graphs performed with the data carried out during these years of continuous operating have allowed discovering a series of completely new phenomena occurring in the Universe, among which, the existence of particular extra-massive Multiple Nucleus Quasars (MNQ) that seem to affect its operating.
A careful analysis of the graphs has allowed knowing to better understand how the Universe works as well as the nature and origin of these Gravitational Waves.
The way this detector works seems to be not supported by the Laws of Physics. During these years we have been working in trying to find an explanation about the detector operating. A quite simple and satisfactory explanation can be given if we release the concept of an "empty" space and we accept a "physical" space which behaves like any dielectric substance into an electric field and whose characteristics (dielectric constant, magnetic permeability, speed-of-light, etc...) change considerably in the presence of a gravitational field.

Rome, October 2000.
Reports News (Info & News archive)
Some personal notes of authors on the discovery of Gravitational Waves and their possible consequences for today's Physics.
>The Detector
>Data recording & Graphs
>Construction of the Detector
1Description & Operating of the Detector
2Multiple Nucleus Quasars (MNQ)
3"Birth" and "Dead" of Matter - 1
4The Detector's puzzle
5"Birth" and "Dead" of Matter - 2
6The collapsing of a MNQ
>Magnetic Sensor
0Data recording & Graphs
1The sensor
>Matter and Universe
1Universe Expansion
2The Matter life cycle
>Gravity and Gravitational Waves
1Gravitational Waves & Matter
2The role of "c"
>Electricity and Magnetism
1Capacitance, Inductance and Resistance

Rome, 17 October 2010. A series of peaks, similar to the ones of the previous months, were detected on 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 of September. A series of peaks lasting 3 days were detected on 01-03 of October 2010.

Rome, 13 September 2010. More graphs, similar to the ones of the previous months, were detected on 31 of July, 31 of August and 01, 02, 03, 10 of September 2010.

Rome, 10 July 2010. On 27-28 of May 2010 our detector started to record a new gravitational phenomenom. Similar recording was observed on 21-22, 23-24 and 27 of June. The shape of gravitational wave which lasts about 1 hour suggests to us that the phenomenon might concern the falling of stars on a relatively "small" celestial object such as galactic nucleus (e.g. a very young quasar). In fact, all the phenomenon starts with a small negative step of few millivolt (that is, the impact of the star with the surface of the object). Following the impact, a sort of long period oscillating instability seems to be generated on the celestial object itself. Very likely, the wave on 27 of May 2010 was generated by a more massive falling star.

Rome, 11 August 2009. At present, our Magnetic Sensor is not running because of we are using the Mettler Toledo high precision balance for a new experiment. Therefore, we have no recordings for the high intensity earthquake occurred in the Andaman Islands on 10 August 2009.

Rome, 12 May 2008. During Sichuan (China) high intensity earthquake on May 12, 2008 our Magnetic Sensor recorded a series of short time-duration Gravitational Waves...(more).

Rome, 18 September 2007. On August 15 and 16, 2007 during Perù high intensity earthquake and on September 12, 2007 during Sumatra high intensity earthquakes our Magnetic Sensor recorded a series of short time-duration Gravitational Waves...(more).

Rome, 18 September 2007. Starting with 2007 a new Multiple Nucleus Quasar (MNQ) general collapse has been detecting by our CdS Detectors. The "forks" have a distance between peaks of approx. 12 days, which correspond a redshift of z=8.9 and therefore the distance from us of the MNQ results of approx. 90 percent of visible Universe radius RU...(more).


The existence of Gravitational Waves was proved by A. Einstein in his General Theory of Relativity in 1917. The Theory of Relativity represents events happening in a four-dimension space and describes these waves as "ripples in space-time".
It is well known in Physics that "carrying energy" is the main task of waves (acoustic, electromagnetic, sea waves, and so on), and Gravitational Waves are no exception to this. The generation of Gravitational Waves is due to the collapsing and/or the explosion of celestial bodies having strong gravitational fields. As during such events a change in the gravitational field takes place, Gravitational Waves carrying (gravitational) energy are generated, in order to re-establish the equilibrium conditions. For example, when there is the collapsing of a celestial body, its gravitational energy increases and, consequently, a gravitational wave dragging gravitational energy from the surrounding environment is generated.
It is difficult to interpret what we have just said if, as it happens in today's Physics, in the environment there is the "vacuum" and, therefore, it is "empty-of-gravity" too.
We are trying to explain hereunder how, according to our opinion, Gravitational Waves are generated. It is obvious that it is not possible to understand Gravitational Waves (e.g. dynamic gravity), without understanding first of all what is and how the Gravity (e.g. static gravity) acts.
What is Gravity? Which is the mechanism acting on bodies through the Force of Gravity? As we know, Gravity is something static that it is concentrated around bodies, that is to say around protons and neutrons, exerting an attractive force on the nearby bodies. We also know that the bigger is a body, that is to say with more matter, the higher is its Force of Gravity. Furthermore, we know another important fact today: if the matter of the same body is concentrated into a smaller volume (e.g. collapsed), it results that its Force of Gravity is higher.
Because of this latter fact, Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation is passing through a crisis as, in the well known formula representing it, only the amount of matter (that is, its mass) is represented, while there is no indication of how it is arranged in space.
To "rescue" Newton's Law, Physicians have "invented" the "dark" matter...(more).

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