Encap why did you bother to quote me if you were going to change what is said to something I didn't say in the quote ?
Your quote shows me saying "I not sure you understand the ..... phenomena."
But what I actually said was "I not sure you understand the weight a "theory" holds over a "law" in science ?"
If you change what I really said it's not a quote anymore, is it ?
And why are you answering a question I really didn't ask before you changed what I asked ?
I didn't change anything. I put the first 6 words, some dots, then the last word of your post---meaning everything you posted from first word to last without wasting space with the whole nine yards of it. Maybe I should have put: "I ... phenomena" or perhaps some other way you would approve of.
Of course I answered and very clearly saying I do understand but that I was using common everyday language to indicate the LIGO "detection" of gravity waves is not necessarily a fact just a prediction that it is or will be a considered fact at the end of the day. Maybe I was not being clear enough about it.
There are currently several other possible explainations offered by other parties of what the initial and subsequent 2 "detections" the LIGO "detectors" detected could be other than gravity waves. Might be the reason the 3 main LIGO guys were not awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 which media hype predicted had to be a shoe in.
In any case, it is just my personal opinion at the moment based on what I have read about the subject.