Ripples in the Galaxy

Michael Siegel

Michael Siegel is an astronomer living in Pennsylvania. He blogs at his own site, and has written a novel.

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2 Responses

  1. rexknobus

    Dang! You are so good at this. Thank you! (On the other hand, my limited human ability to fathom the cosmos now has me convinced that every “crack” I hear in my house’s structure is a space-time fluctuation.)Report

  2. Burt Likko

    This is precisely the explanation I was looking for! The idea that space-time ripples is itself mind-bending; the idea that it is happening right now to my body and things around it even more so. (Of course, if the ripple is smaller than a proton, it’s perhaps no wonder that it isn’t ever noticed.)Report

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