Re: Have Gravity Waves really been discovered yet?
http://m.phys.org/news/2016-02-discover ... ional.html
Interesting article about the LIGO discovery that Landroid linked to prove me wrong.
Unfortunately, he doesnt understand the scientific method and did not read all that I wrote:
This is not an independent attempt at verification, really.
The upcoming papers from RIT will be examining implications of tbe discovery. This isnt a group that will attempt verification for confirmation.
Also, one of the RIT authors is from the LIGOS group.
Just trying to be fair here. Landroid is having trouble understanding what the purpose is repeating tests for verification and confirmation. These series of papers will discuss "what should happen now" predictions. It's interesting but does not take away anything from a couple of my primary points.
I never said gravity waves were not detected. I said based on what Ive read from the article in Nature mag, as it's described, the conditions were somewhat curious and that the discovery is a first that has not been to my knowledge repeated for verification (along with a few other comments)
Landroid is too anxious to defend the honor of science.
Next thing you know he'll call me a gravity wave denier.