Evidence for the Archimedean Screw Interpretation of Gravity
By Johny Jagannath
Here's some evidence for my hypothesis titled The Story Of Our Universe and the Archimedean Screw Interpretation of Gravity. Below is an animation of an Archimedean screw.
"Our team hunted for a special type of polarization called 'B-modes,' which represents a twisting or 'curl' pattern in the polarized orientations of the ancient light," said co-leader Jamie Bock (Caltech/JPL).
Gravitational waves squeeze space as they travel, and this squeezing produces a distinct pattern in the cosmic microwave background. Gravitational waves have a "handedness," much like light waves, and can have left- and right-handed polarizations.
An Archimedean screw also has handedness. When the handedness changes, the motion of the ball [in the animation] changes direction.
"The swirly B-mode pattern is a unique signature of gravitational waves because of their handedness. This is the first direct image of gravitational waves across the primordial sky," said co-leader Chao-Lin Kuo (Stanford/SLAC).
The above observation fits well with my hypothesis titled, The Story Of Our Universe, which describes the evolution of an Archimedean Screw [in the context of gravity].
The announcement of this observation is of course in relation to Einstein's theory of gravity. But Einstein's theory is not a mechanical theory [unlike mine] since it works by way of action-at-a-distance.
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