what would this discovery imply? that chikung type energy work is true? that you can manage discrete amounts of energy at distance? whats all the fuss about really?
> that you can manage discrete amounts of energy at distance?
>discrete amounts of energy
>whats all the fuss about really?
I GUESS it basically means gravity actually travels, like matter and light.
B... but based Krauss said it wasn't true, or skeptical at best.
Have a question for others though.
The current interferometers have two perpendicular arms, right?
But wouldn't we want a "3D" interferometer with 3 arms? If a gravitational wave travels along the plane of the interferometer, we wouldn't see shit. (or would we?)
look, if the impact of gravity is simultaneous. The wave generated by binary stars if detectable, should be detected simultaneously, and you dont need to hope for specific moment that it will affect our sensor as long as we know somewhere two large enough mass is spinning.
Layman here. I think it would just add another level of observation to our panopoly of sensors studying the universe.
As the cosmic background radiation confirmed the age and start state of the universe, I figure gravity wave studies may determine more ahout the fundamental nature of our fabric, and, may detect gravity sources outside our known universe. Anything else accruing is unimaginable at our current state of tech and knowledge.