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Gravitational Waves at the Beginning of Everything

Scientists from the Center for Astrophysics have found evidence of gravitational waves created mere moments after the dawn of the universe. These waves were created in a period of rapid expansion called cosmic inflation. This new evidence could prove the definitive confirmation of the inflation theory. It seems that finally, scientists can claim to understand the goings on at the beginning of everything. A Nature Video production.

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