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Lawrence M. Krauss
Rumor of a gravitational wave detection at LIGO detector. Amazing if true. Will post details if it survives.
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Marco Piani 26 Sep 15
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amazing if true, but as scientists shouldn't we avoid spreading rumors, especially in a public space, and wait to know the facts?
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Harry Bateman 27 Sep 15
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Ditto! This is almost surely just one of the calibration signals that they insert electrically to check themselves
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boringfileclerk 25 Sep 15
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It's rumors for now. It will prove exciting when verified.
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Buckl3MySho3 25 Sep 15
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- There is always hope!
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Tweed [USD] 25 Sep 15
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Terri Ann 25 Sep 15
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What's a gravitational wave and what are the implications if it is detected?
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🤡 25 Sep 15
They'll basically tell us more about the first 380,000 years of the big bang which we know very little about..
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dracula 25 Sep 15
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Please give us the Sigma scale for this.
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Samuel Dean 25 Sep 15
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awesome - as you are a scientific authority i will take it as fact before evidence surfaces.... Thought you'd hate that!
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Konrad Lehnert 25 Sep 15
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Recently learned that Ligo has red team that will secretly inject fake signal into the experiment
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