JTF LiNo: Limpopo Johnny’s Bulletin No. 2016-12


<- PLEASE READ THE PRECEDING POST FIRST.

 

LIGO DID NOT OBSERVE GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
It simply recorded a sudden geomagnetic disturbance by virtue of its design

 

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LIGO DID NOT OBSERVE GRAVITATIONAL WAVES
Binary black holes doing the Partner Dance is a cock and bull story
This is BICEP2 all over again!

 
NOTE ADDED 02/16/2016

Folks, after some more thinking I have little doubt that something along the above lines – if not exactly that – has happened. However, with the LIGO folks I have no negative predisposition as to their competence and their motivation. So naturally I ask myself this question: Surely they would have hashed out such considerations quite thoroughly in the LIGO design phase?! I felt obligated to look into this.

But from the following material I find that they may be operating under a fatally incorrect thesis that electromagnetic disturbances are entirely irrelevant for LIGO:

First, LIGO is blind. Unlike optical or radio telescopes, LIGO cannot see electromagnetic radiation (e.g., visible light, radio waves, microwaves) nor does it have to because gravitational waves are not part of the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, electromagnetic radiation from space is so unimportant to LIGO that it is completely isolated and sheltered from the outside world. LIGO can’t (nor does it need to) see anything. Rather, it ‘feels’ for invisiblegravitational waves.

LIGO, as I explained, may be a fine observatory for sudden geomagnetic disturbances at around VLF region.

Note as well this:

However, an article today by a LIGO member declares that there are no questions that gravitational waves have been detected – no ifs, ands or buts.

ADDED 02/19/2016:

LIGO gravitational waves

LIGO gravitational waves

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