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Quote from: mad aetheristWaves implies a natural harmonic property (no they [gravitational waves] aint waves). Ripples implies a natural harmonic property (no they aint ripples). So i say waves but i am talking about gravity pulses.Compare these natural harmonic oscillators:- A spring has a natural harmonic property: a force dependent on length, and a non-equilibrium length.- A pendulum has a natural harmonic property: a force dependent on displacement from the vertical, and a non-equilibrium position.- The Earth orbiting the Sun has a natural harmonic property: a force dependent on distance^{2}, and a non-equilibrium distance and velocity.- Two neutron stars orbiting their center of mass has a natural harmonic property: a force dependent on distance^{2}, and a non-equilibrium distance and velocity.All of these systems "run down" over time due to various kinds of losses: mechanical friction, air resistance, and gravitational waves.A spring and a pendulum keep the same natural period as their amplitude decays to zero.However, according to Kepler's 3rd law, in an orbiting system like a Sun+planet or binary neutron stars, the period reduces as the semi-major axis reduces.See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler%27s_laws_of_planetary_motion#Third_law_of_KeplerSo as gravitational waves carry away energy+angular momentum of the orbiting system (yes, EGWs do carry energy), the semi-major axis decreases, and the natural harmonic frequency increases.This process was first observed in action with binary pulsars, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hulse%E2%80%93Taylor_binaryThe endpoint of the process was observed with LIGO, where the natural period increases until the objects touch, and they merge, causing termination of the natural harmonic oscillator with a final, dying "chirp".QuoteWaves is of course a misnomer -- they are gravity pulses (forced)A periodic pulse which is not a sinusoid can be decomposed into sinusoids by means of the Fourier Transform.The final 100 seconds of two neutron stars shows a steadily increasing frequency - but if the signal was not a sine wave, you would expect to see harmonics at higher frequencies, rising along with the fundamental - but I don't see this.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GW170817So, please advise, based on your theory:- How would merging neutron stars (or black holes) have an orbit which is not an elliptical shape? What shape would it be?- What would the spectrum of your "Gravitational Pulses" be, and why?

Waves implies a natural harmonic property (no they [gravitational waves] aint waves). Ripples implies a natural harmonic property (no they aint ripples). So i say waves but i am talking about gravity pulses.

Waves is of course a misnomer -- they are gravity pulses (forced)

Define "aether" in a 100 words and I'll give 100 of my own that links to your 100 words. Seriously. 100 words. What's aether.

Effort great, but fail.What grand-dad in science first used the idea of that word in science and why did you decide to raid that crypt of wording?

So when two magnetic fluxes come together as per two dancing neutron star observations, my hypothesis was bang on with a resultant gravitational wave when their rotations and proximity were right for the gravity effect to occur.

The issue is "where" does this gravitational energy come from, what is its source

Here, the focus should be on the magnetic field of the neutron stars bridging together, and if it isn't apparent as an EM wave, then the EM wave would appear to be out of phase at the source in that bridging process, yet apparent as a "gravity wave".I have "yet" to find in scientific theory why such is not possible, not a possible theory.

Colliding black holes? For the same reason science says these are a development of neutron stars.

Yes, where does the grav. wave come from, as I said, that dynamic....."where" I am asking is "what theory of explanation" does this field arise from.

What's your point?

Take the possibility that two neutron stars develop such an EM resonance the join becomes "dark" as EM, and just pure gravity.....right.....owing to the out-of-phase EM resonance.