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Gravitational waves: written in the stars?
by Philip Ball
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31 August 2012
On 31 August 2012 BBC News reported:
One thing physics has taught us is that events at the smallest possible scales can have consequences of cosmic proportions. And, in turn, studying some of the universe's most spectacular astrophysical phenomenon can reveal a lot about physics at its most elementary level. The latest example of this has been proposed by a team of researchers in Europe -- they say that studying the contours of burned-out remnants of stars thousands of light years away could provide concrete evidence for two of the most sought-after phenomena in fundamental physics -- gravitational waves and quark matter.
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