Archive for the ‘LIGO Discovery’ Category

Somebody better clue in Harvard’s Abraham Loeb!

January 5, 2020

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Truth about LIGO the media doesn’t tell you

November 28, 2019

You can get the real skinny on LIGO only here.
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Big Bang dissidents: League of extraordinary gentlemen

October 17, 2019

Folks, if you are put off by my uncouth aggressiveness, there is some history you need to take into account. For decades, fine scientists have been trying to stop Big Bang with polite gentlemanly discourse. Not only did they not gain any ground, but with each fraud the Big Bang-ers got away with, Big Bang’s strength increased, its tribe increased. Today they are as invincible as Stadtsicherheitdienst. No amount of scientific argument and no strength of scientific argument have any effect on them. Why? Because they have political power, media power and government power.

One by one, the dissidents have died – with the despairing knowledge that the evil could not be subdued. Those who are still living have gone silent, perhaps out of a sense of futility.

The league of extraordinary gentleman did not stand a chance. Nor do the good citizens of the world, watching their money earned with the sweat of their brow going to finance this orgiastic bacchanalia.

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The physicists

September 16, 2019

More jokes from France Cordova

August 21, 2019

New Casebook: The LIGO Jokebook it is here!

August 18, 2019

This eBook is a collection of ligonaut jokes: Visit the Casebook Download Central (see right panel) to read/download.

LIGO’s Twilight Zone: Nightmare at ultrahigh vacuum

August 17, 2019

Q: What is the most fruitful area of physics in future?

August 15, 2019

Young student asks: What is the most fruitful discipline of physics I should train myself in?

Dreamheron answers: Waste Management. Take out the trash.

Student: Will I get a Breakthrough Prize for this?

Dreamheron: Not as long as Yuri listens to Edward.

Student: But will I get NSF funds?

Dreamheron: Not as long as France is in charge.

Student: What will I gain in the end?

Dreamheron: The knowledge that you have given the society something back.

Student: Can you give me an example of the person to follow?

Dreamheron: Stephen Crothers.

LIGO Scientific Collaboration falling apart?

July 7, 2019

There is a report out saying there is “a lot of friction” within NSF-LIGO. People are fighting and leaving over credit for some wild future discovery, with a facility that has no function other than a NSF Stainless Steel Salvage Yard. In the following, Professor Weiss is LIGO Nobelist Rainer Weiss. Excerpt:

But one subgroup within Ligo which had spent eight years attempting to detect what is called a “continuous wave” from a pulsar was unhappy, because they wanted to be listed as special authors if and when such a signal was detected and reported, he explained.

“That’s caused a lot of friction. And has even caused people in the collaboration to leave the collaboration, because we can’t guarantee that we will change the rules [to allow special recognition],” Professor Weiss told the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, an annual conference bringing together laureates and young scientists.

“We never even had these issues until we finally made a discovery. Then everybody began to think: oh my god, how do I get recognised?,” he added.

Speaking to Times Higher Education, Professor Weiss declined to go into further details about who had left.

LIGO’s spandex physics

June 26, 2019