Fri 12 Feb, 2016 10:27 am
The Quantum world and the world of classical physics slowly come together, as another finding , predicted by Einstein, display the evidence for gravity waves. (Now comes the prove it work as scientists must repeat the discovery ).
Yeaterday was a big day in all natural and physical sciences. (Now all I gotta do is figure out what "G" really is)
" (Now all I gotta do is figure out what "G" really is)"
You will need a medium sized apple.
Surely gravy waves had already been observed on the plates of cross-Channel diners!
I tend to avoid gravy on such crossings, and tend to go for the full English brekky.
I shall try a gravy laden dish next time though, and test your theory.
thats Feldstein's theory of Gravy. Im talking about Einstein's full theory of
seems noone gives a rodents rump about TIME TRAVEL or the possibility of MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS eh?
Well Ill see you all yesterday when this inks in
I interested. Just dumber than a board.
Newton is brought up to date with a mechanism.
The interesting thing I think about is to try to make up a mind game that helps define what a black hole would look like .
Consider the next steps as the instruments get more powerful. Since the gravitational waves are compressing and deflating "space-time", whats the "prticle" that carries the wave.
That sounds like a Ben and Jerry'a Ice Cream flvor.
I CAN see Ben and Jerry with a GRAVITON RIPPLE flavor.
Dark chocolate bits in a rather beige colored ice cream matrix
Bajoran Wormhole followed by a Quadrant of Tarte Tardis.
Since the gravitational waves are compressing and deflating "space-time", whats the "prticle" that carries the wave.
None, if Eistein was right. It's a deformation of spacetime, like sound is a deformation of air. There's no particle associated with sound, or is there?
Well something has to be carrying the energy? Light has a photon, Is there really a graviton?
Old question...read about the hypothetical gravitons first time around 20 years ago or so but never got intuitively convinced, unless "gravitons" is somewhat referring to an intrinsic part of the fabric of spacetime itself which didn't seem to be the case they were making for them. One thing springs clear for me in my modest outsider perspective on the matter...4D spacetime does not seem to be the ultimate medium where the "language" of Reality is ultimately written. There must be yet another layer less prone to distortions and messy stuff. Just guessing obviously.
From what I understand, gravitational waves are a deformation of space itself. No graviton needed therefore.
yes thats true, but I think it needs a medium upon which this acts. (Like a photon, except for gravity)
Im not wedded to anything Im just treading water here and too lazy to go hunt up the information>
also"As of yet unobserved particle"... It is a furtive little bastard.
I've read that even if the graviton existed, it could not possibly be detected (too small, too rare)... but that's beyond my sphere of competence.