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comment BICEP2 experiments
"During inflation, the quantum fluctuations in gravity (“graviton”) become long wavelength gravitational waves that produced the B-mode we see." Does that mean that quantum gravitational waves were created during inflation, and put to large scales because of inflation ? Therefore, the gravitational waves were still present when the CMB was released, imprinting the polarisation ? I was confused by that. Does that also mean that primordial gravity waves are still existing today, but we can't see them because they have waayyy to small amplitude ?
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accepted CMB anisotropies and tightly coupled limit
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answered Is inflation deterministic?
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comment Why time difference is permanent and mass increase is temporary?
I am quite doubtful but even if that was true, that would be a negligible. In a first approximation, we can say that the mass is the same if you accelerate it then put it at rest. However the difference between two clocks with some relative speed has already been measured.
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answered Why time difference is permanent and mass increase is temporary?