[time-nuts] How good is the left end of your ADEV curve?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Wed Jan 25 00:15:45 EST 2017
way way way left.
Ray Weiss was the speaker at the Stanford Physics Colloquium today. In case
you don't recognize the name, he is one of the leaders of the LIGO project
that detected gravity waves about a year ago.
He's a good speaker with a neat topic. He spent a lot of time giving credit
to other people.
One of the far-out future ideas he mentioned was collecting data on lots of
pulsars. If you could get good enough data, maybe you could see gravity
waves wandering around the universe. (Maybe leftover from the big bang. I
didn't catch that part.)
The time scale is months or years. Micro Hertz. The unit for wavelength
would be light-years.
How long will it be before we need a gravity-nuts list?
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