Gravitational waves detected. Einstein was right … again

Some more reaction to the LIGO result…

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Clifford Will Clifford Will is the Editor-in-Chief of Classical and Quantum Gravity

As if celebrating the 100th birthday of general relativity weren’t enough, the LIGO-Virgo collaboration has provided “the icing on the cake” with today’s announcement of the first direct detection of gravitational waves. At press conferences in the USA and Europe, and in a paper in Physical Review Letters published afterward, the team announced the detection of a signal from a system of two merging black holes.

The signal arrived on 14 September, 2015 (its official designation is GW150914), and was detected by both the Hanford and Livingston advanced detectors of the LIGO observatory (the advanced Virgo instrument in Italy is not yet online). It was detected first by

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One Response to “Gravitational waves detected. Einstein was right … again”

  1. Thank you Peter!

    Two spin 1 gluons… Just an idea… If gravity was in fact the strong force.

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