Is it just me, or does LIGO's 03 seem embarrassing?

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Re: Is it just me, or does LIGO's 03 seem embarrassing?

Unread post by paladin17 » Thu Dec 05, 2019 5:22 pm

Sci-Phy wrote: Let me repeat the question. In the case of wave on the string - some particle of the string was displaced from equilibrium position by excitation and then returned back by elastic force of the spring.
Let me repeat my answer. If you're satisfied with these ad hoc concepts (such as "elastic force") in one case, no one forbids to introduce them in the other case as well.

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Re: Is it just me, or does LIGO's 03 seem embarrassing?

Unread post by Sci-Phy » Tue Dec 10, 2019 6:51 am

paladin17 wrote:Let me repeat my answer. If you're satisfied with these ad hoc concepts (such as "elastic force") in one case, no one forbids to introduce them in the other case as well.
Thank you very much for the idea for the article.
Appreciate it.
http://sci-phy.ca/papers/Electricity/Ma ... tions.html

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