Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS March Meeting 2018
Monday–Friday, March 5–9, 2018; Los Angeles, California
Session G60: Poster Session I
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
LACC Room: West Hall A
Abstract: G60.00080 : The nature of gravitational wave
Gravitational waves are radiation and the gravitational waves are a phenomenon that affects the relatively stable radiation network. Because of the rotation of the radiation source, the radiation is curved, and the bending radiation intersects and entangles to form a huge radiation net. The movement of the celestial bodies is the result of this huge radiation net. Often, this huge net is "very calm". Gravitational waves are hard to find because we exist in gravitational waves. Only when the huge celestial body abnormal movement, the radiation intensity, the scope of an instant increase, re-disturb the original quiet radiation network, this huge radiation network "abnormal" move, we can observe the "gravitational wave." Nevertheless, we can not observe the direct radiation after two black holes collided, observing anomalous changes in the cosmic gravitational wave net, such as gravitational lens and so on. Any celestial body has its scope of action, the scope of the celestial body should be the speed of light and celestial angular velocity ratio. If there is a gravitational effect between the two celestial bodies, then the radiation between the two celestial bodies must exist, the whole universe is a gravitational wave connection of the community.
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