Posts Tagged ‘LIGO India’

Scientific quality of LIGO evaluation: Proponents vs dissidents

January 11, 2019


Folks, I continue with my series of two-person graphics, illustrating the quality of science brought to the table by the two sides. Later I will try to collect these graphics in a Casebook.

It is a damn shame that the Indian Ligonauts do not heed their own homeland genius, but accept what the sahibs have to say in total faith.


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LIGO and The Raister Bootstrap

January 7, 2019

There is now a body of evidence making it a near certainty that the LIGO signals – if there were signals – were due to geomagnetic disturbances. In addition to the literature on Schumann Resonances, Thaddeus Gutierrez has put together evidence of undeniable correlation between all eleven LIGO events and magnetospheric sawtooth disturbance cycle (connected to said lightnings).

To this add the fact that there is no way in god’s green earth that LIGO could have observed gravitational waves. This is just straightforward physics. So it is just a question of how long Stonewall Reitze can stonewall before this rampant defrauding of taxpayers stops.

I find it most unfortunate that the Indian Ligonauts are duping their Prime Minister into performing a Hindu religious groundbreaking ritual in February at the proposed LIGO India site. The leader probably has been led to think this will immortalize him as a champion of cutting-edge science.

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LIGO and the year of Nobel infamy

December 26, 2018


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david reitze ligo, roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas, kip thorne ligo, kip thorne nobel, kip thorne interstellar, kip thorne caltech, rainer weiss ligo, rainer weiss nobel, rainer weiss mit, thomas f rosenbaum caltech

LIGO: Look Ma, no hands!

December 18, 2018

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Perimeter Institute, Princeton reaffirm LIGO discoveries

December 15, 2018

Here is a background report.


Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, martin green perimeter institute, john moffat perimeter institute, neil turok perimeter institute, frans pretorius princeton, christopher l eisgruber princeton, robbert dijkgraaf princeton, edward witten princeton, ias princeton, roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas, anne kinney nsf, diane souvaine tufts, diane souvaine nsb, anneila sargent caltech, fiona harrison caltech, maria zuber mit, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, Canadian Association of Physicists, bruce gaulin mcmaster, mona nemer canada
nobel prize physics 2017, olga botner uppsala, nils martensson uppsala, david gross nobel, sheldon glashow nobel

LIGO output can contain no gravitational wave signal

December 14, 2018

I. PHYSICS-WISE

LIGO physics is altogether misconceived because of lack of basic knowledge of wave behavior. It is exactly the same lack of knowledge I analyzed in the case of the COBE satellite. Rainer Weiss was the leader there.

II. OPERATION-WISE

The LIGO operation – as described and prescribed by the Ligonauts – cannot lead to a GW signal at the detector output, even if LIGO were otherwise a sound instrument (which it is not.)

roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas, edward witten princeton, robbert dikjgraaf princeton, ias princeton, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, lsc collaboration, anne kinney nsf, diane souvaine tufts, diane souvaine nsb, anneila sargent caltech, fiona harrison caltech
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III. ENGINEERING-WISE

LIGO hardly works according to its working principle (invisible entanglement of the mirror motions) prescribed by the Ligonauts (B Mode in the following graphic.) Instead, its signal all comes from A Mode, and also through direct coupling of electromagnetic disturbances to the optoelectronic detector. Electromagnetic disturbance can penetrate enough through the LIGO steel tube to dominate LIGO response. The A Mode LIGO signal may contain many things (e.g. Schumann resonances, solar activity, geomagnetic storms, nearby lightning strikes etc.), but not GW.


LIGO: The Dutchman and the Swede

December 11, 2018


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LIGO: Lunacy In, Garbage Out

December 9, 2018


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He that understandeth LIGO is free

December 7, 2018


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DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVE

TRIANGULATION OF GW SOURCE

MEASUREMENT OF LENGTH

CALIBRATION OF REFERENCELESS LIGO
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SCIFI-BUFF KIP THORNE’S HIDDEN DISCONNECT

RAINER WEISS THE CHRONIC QUACK

They’re pulling down your civilization (When you gonna wake up?)

December 5, 2018


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