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Re: Is there a simple way to detect gravitational waves?
« Reply #25 on: 23/06/2015 18:26:10 »
the force carrier of gravity is mass, not graviton. graviton is imaginary, just like photon.

are atoms of the sun vibrating? are they produce gravitational waves?

where that energy goes?
 

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Re: Is there a simple way to detect gravitational waves?
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