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comment How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
Nice clear, concise explanation. Great for laymen like me =)
Feb
15
comment How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
Great visual aids, thanks.
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accepted How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
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revised How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
Putting back the congrats again... This is history people! And one sentence...
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comment How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
So at 1300km, I'd be shrinking and growing + or - 1% of my height, basically?
Feb
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revised How strong were the gravitational waves that LIGO detected at the source?
Putting back the kudos to the LIGO team, party-pooper...
Feb
11
comment LIGO Gravitational Waves
I'm happy to see as of today: Yes, they found it!
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accepted Could atmospheric muons be used to catalyze nuclear fusion?
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comment Could atmospheric muons be used to catalyze nuclear fusion?
@JonCuster That's what I thought. You can just make your comment an answer and I'll accept it. I wasn't saying I thought it should work, I was asking if it could. It's OK if the answer is "No" lol
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asked Could atmospheric muons be used to catalyze nuclear fusion?
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