The Lies from LIGO
In September 2015, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) reported to the world that it detected a merger of two blackholes in deep space that sent a single “gravitational wave” to Earth. The science community used this “detection” to assure the world that Einstein’s General Relativity theory, which predicts both blackholes and gravitational waves, was thus confirmed. LIGO did no such thing. In fact, LIGO is one big lie by the powers‐that‐be to prop up the battered and beaten Relativity theory of Albert Einstein so that it survives for another hundred years, despite its many internal contradictions as well as external contradictions against Quantum Mechanics and String Theory.
Not only do the LIGO claims influence the secular science community, they also affect the Christian science community. Various leaders in the Creationism movement have clung to Einstein’s relativity theories as if they were handed down by God himself. Among these are D. Russell Humphreys and Hugh Ross. I debated Hugh Ross last year and my paper on that debate can be found at our website.
As for Humphreys, he recently published a two‐page article for Creation Matters titled: “Gravity Wave Observations are Powerful Evidence for Relativity and Black Holes,” in the May/June 2016 issue, a publication of the Creation Research Society. In the article, Humphreys, who has always advocated Einstein’s Relativity theories, tries to make a case that LIGO is one of the best proofs of Einstein’s theories. Here I will examine his article paragraph‐by‐paragraph to show that not only does LIGO offer no evidence or proof of Relativity, LIGO and its interpreters are telling us the same lies they have been telling the public for over a hundred years.