Gravitational waves or particle radiation?
In 2015 were measured vibrations by the Ligo detectors. This has been unanimously attributed to gravitational waves. It is here examined another explanation. The energy produced by gravitational collapsing is equivalent in value to the energy presumably radiated by a body in a circular motion due to an attractive force. A flood of radiated particles could reach the detectors. More precisely, it could be the radio-photons of a huge gamma-ray burst. This would lend credence to the neo-Newtonian hypotheses.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 15 September 2017
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