Archive for the ‘LIGO Discovery’ Category

The LIGO rape of land

February 18, 2019

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Science fiction past Interstellar

February 17, 2019

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The LIGO-government axis: Resurgence of Mengele Science

February 16, 2019


roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, france cordova nasf, anne kinney nsf, allison lerner nsf, diane souvaine nsb, anneila sargent caltech, fiona harrison caltech, maria zuber mit, edward witten princeton, robbert dijkgraaf princeton, thomas f rosenbaum caltech, l rafael reif mit, ostp white house

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An ominous darkness descends on LIGO

February 15, 2019

Physicsville

February 15, 2019


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Voyages of timeship Ligosy

February 13, 2019



Here’s what Jason said to Thorne in Greek:

Είστε γεμάτοι σκατά!

Third anniversary of LIGO first discovery announcement

February 11, 2019


kip thorne ligo, rainer weiss ligo, barry barish ligo, david reitze ligo, france cordova nsf, anne kinney nsf, allison lerner nsf, thomas f rosenbaum caltech, l rafael reif mit

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Next Casebook up: The Cult of Self Worship

February 10, 2019

Here are the draft cover and the preface page for the next Casebook.

A little birdie told me that since the black holes are so profound, they chirp in Latin. So I had to google what the black holes said to Brian Greene:

Non torsii subligarium.

You do the same.



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LIGO: A closed-door meeting

February 8, 2019


france cordova nsf, anne kinney nsf, allison lerner nsf, diane souvaine nsb, anneila sargent caltech, fiona harrison caltech, maria zuber mit, roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas, david reitze ligo, thomas f rosenbaum caltech, l rafael reif mit

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There’s only one scientific truth about LIGO….

February 5, 2019


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