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If they exist, would there be a very large number of gravitons responsible for a single gravity wave?
A light wave is made up of many photons?? I thought it was just one.
Now that the Higgs boson has been found, would it be safe to bet that Graviton could potentially exist, maybe as a messenger particle?
Second question: putting aside Graviton, the actual gravitational wave generated by our planet movement or even a binary system, would it be theoretically possible to "ride" the wave to far reaches of space close to speed of light? Similar to a surfer catching a wave to the shore? It would be a different question than using "warp drives" which produces wrinkles in space and shifts from one point of space to another.