THE LIGO NOBEL PRIZE RUSH JOB


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3 Responses to “THE LIGO NOBEL PRIZE RUSH JOB”

  1. Firmin Oliveira Says:

    I have looked into the Shumann resonance(SR) transients. They primarily go from high frequency spike and taper off at lower frequencies. I have not found an example of a transient going from low freq. to high freq. in the SR. Do you have an example of a lightning strike that produces the low to high freq. transient? in
    the 30 Hz to 300 Hz range?

    Please email me. Thanks.
    Firmin

  2. dreamheron Says:

    Because LIGO responds in a very complex way involving oscillation of inertial masses, the frequencies it will report when actuated by Shumann transients are determined by the instrument. So the key here is instrument response.

  3. Firmin Oliveira Says:

    I get it. LIGO_IR ~= Ascending chirp (increasing then decaying) divided by Shumann transient.

    Thanks.

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