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Still Waters

Big gravitational-wave announcement on Oct.16

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Still Waters

Speaking last week at an MIT press conference, Rainer Weiss, a 2017 Nobel Prize winner in physics, said he and his collaborators would soon make an exciting announcement.

https://www.seeker.com/space/astrophysics/a-major-gravitational-wave-announcement-is-expected-on-oct-16

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pallidin

Looking forward to it...

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Sir Smoke aLot

Neutron star pairs make waves that are less powerful than those made by coliding black holes ( less powerful by large margin possibly ) and if such discovery was made it might imply great breakthrough in the scale on which LIGO can make measurements. Even initial detection was fascinating and even ridiculed when firstly theorized. Advances towards detecting things at such low scales are fascinating and surely would be one big step for future of technology.

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seanjo

From a leaked document....'There is no gravity, everything sucks!'

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paperdyer

Can you say "Tractor Beam"?

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FlyingAngel

Next step is to reverse the polarity of gravitational wave to create anti-gravity. Then we can start to create a hovering spaceship :)

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Barkinghorse

Then , a hovering ship that can hitch a ride on the waves, and bypass the light speed problem.

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