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Thaddeus Gutierrez 1h
Replying to @Fulguritics
Good practice maintains scientific disinterest by openly exploring alternatives to monological/monotheoretical research, especially as is not doing so, contributing to general distrust of the project and a perception of deficiency (costs vs. data quality) with prematurity.
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Thaddeus Gutierrez Sep 17
Always relevant until it isn't, when it will be evident how this happened. Masses and spins are degenerate in gravitational wave signals. See solutions below to get an idea on how the bar, being set. Local r:c SR yields semi-synthetic cavity signals.
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Joseph Karpinski Sep 12
Scientists detect the ringing of a newborn black hole for the first time
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Physics Sep 12
Black-hole spectroscopy puts the no-hair theorem to the test.
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Ms. Fergie Sep 17
Sporting my shirt to the SciTech STEM conference...
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Yiannis Kranidiotis Sep 14
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Thaddeus Gutierrez 21h
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Thaddeus Gutierrez Sep 14
-Virgo putative have robust cyclical correlations with two-year periods. How are we to proceed? , , , , , ,
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Thaddeus Gutierrez Sep 16
-Virgo event yet again coincides with burst-synced cloud-ground , indicating global mode coupling: CG lightning response surrounding LIGO-Virgo triggers: false trigger rate:
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Bravo Charlie Radio 22h
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Thaddeus Gutierrez 22h
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Robert Jay Marczak 🌹 Sep 18
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Russell Manthy Sep 18
Fresh analysis of LIGO data supports ‘no hair’ theorem for black holes
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Alan Emtage Sep 17
Astrophysics Surprise: First Overtones Detected in the Ringing of a Black Hole [Video]
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Thaddeus Gutierrez Sep 15
Scale symmetric sawtooth regime showing self-affine t-asymmetric solar wind interaction on Sept. 14, 2015, around event . ACE data
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Skirnir Gaming Sep 15
Pulse Lasers, Burst Lasers, Beam Lasers... .. Absolutely weak, tiny babies compared to THIS 4km MONSTER..
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Rebecca Merrett Sep 14
On this day 4 years ago (September 14th, 2015), detected gravitational waves. One of the 2 LIGO detectors that were used are in my state, Washington. This is how I spent my September 14th :)
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Thaddeus Gutierrez Sep 14
Replying to @Caltech @LIGO
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M.Hasir Sep 14
4 Years was passed(14-09-2015) since the first detection of GRAVITATIONAL WAVES was detected at LIGO. It's a remarkable discovery in the history of science and it opens a new era in Gravitational Astronomy.
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P.A.B.L.O Sep 14
Black hole reverberations suggest the cosmic beasts are as 'bald' as cue balls - Science Magazine
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