Hey, very cool that physicists have finally detected gravitational waves, almost exactly a century after Einstein published the theory that predicted them. Just like it was cool when the LHC detected the Higgs boson, 45 years after Higgs and Englert predicted it.
So Einstein's general relativity is confirmed again, still passing every test we can put to it. And the Standard Model of particle physics is confirmed again, still passing every test we can put to it. And they remain completely unreconcilable, not just mathematically but in their underlying philosophy; in relativity, everything is 100% predictable, but in quantum mechanics nothing is 100% predictable.
We're missing something, somewhere.