From: Dimi Chakalov [view email] Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2005 18:59:24 GMT (196kb)
We take for granted that Gravitational Waves (GWs) exist, but examine critically the possibility for their direct observation with ground and space-based laser interferometers. It is argued that the detection of GWs can, at least theoretically, be achieved iff three requirements are met en bloc. Alternatively, a hypothetical case related to the so-called dark energy would render the task impossible in principle. The discussion is kept at conceptual level, to make it accessible to the general audience.
Which authors of this paper are endorsers?