(Fig.1) Change by just one-thousandth the diameter of proton ?
Though news say elusive gravitational wave was discovered at LIGO detector, it's very doubtful.
They say gravitational wave is so weak that it can cause only a distance change 1000 times smaller than the width of a proton in the detector arm.
Thinking commonsensically, it's impossible to detect and discern such a small change !
All atoms, even electrons and protons inside them are always moving and vibrating, which range is much larger than one-thousandth of proton radius.
So detecting so small gravitational wave can never be done due to other unrelated factors. Universities are telling a lie to raise tuition.
In this last, they say "yet it moved the LIGO mirros only four one-thousandth of the diameter of a proton".
Their claim is nonsense and very unscientific.
(Fig.2) Change by doubtful gravitational wave is too small to believe !
It's impossible to detect and confirm such a small length change of one-thousandth of a proton diamter at LIGO detector.
So their claim that gravitational wave was detected is unrealistic and just wrong. Gravitational wave is just a tool to defraud people of money.
In this, the gravitational waves created a signal distorting spacetime within LIGO's arms by 10-21 meters, or one-thousandth of the proton diameter.
And this burst signal of hypothetical gravitational wave lasted only 20 milliseconds ! ← Too weak and too short !
A LIGO arm is about 4000 meter, so 4000 × 10-21 = ±4 × 10-18 meter change, which is just 1/1000 of proton diameter. Too small change to believe !
(Fig.3) Too weak gravitational wave is useless, a waste of money.
Even if doubtful gravitational waves existed, they are competerly useless and waste of money, forever.
Even if we use very long detector ( which is as long as the distance between the earth and Sun ), it can detect only a slight distance change of a diameter of a hydrogen atom !
As you see, this gravitational wave is too weak to believe, and of course, useless, forever. Just a waste of money extorted from people !
Each government should notice the evil scheme of universities and the media to defraud people of their money, using "imaginary" target.
(Fig.4) Detecting doubtful wave is worth a huge amount of money ?
Gravitational wave is too weak to confirm, and of No practical use.
Then why did LIGO team annouce such an unrealistic wave ?
LIGO was cofounded mainly by Caltech and MIT, which have spent a large amount of money (= $ 620 million ! ) to detect this gravitational wave.
So it is not allowed to leave gravitational waves undetected, even if they didn't exist. This is the reason why they had to tell a lie.
LIGO have searched for elusive gravitational wave since 2002.
And they claimed gravitational wave could be detected for very short time.
But this gravitational wave is so weak that it changed slightly the LIGO arm by just 1/1000 of a proton diameter, they said.
Do you think this extremely weak and rare gravitational wave is really worth a huge amount of cost of $ 620 million ?
This wasted money originates from rising tuition and our tax.
Is it allowable ?
(Fig.5) Gravitational wave = Einstein prediction is false.
Though the media tends to say gravitational wave proved great Einstein prediction, it's completely wrong and misleading.
In fact, gravitational wave is called "pseudo-tensor", which is Not Einstein true tensor.
Gravitational wave has nothing to do with Einstein general relativity. On the contrary, gravitational wave contradicts Einstein general relativity !
So, boring cliche, "gravitational wave = Einstein's prediction !" is a big lie, and just the media hype.
(Fig.6) Gravitational wave is fake "pseudo-tensor", so self-contradiction.
There is a reason why gravitational wave is called "pseudo-tensor" instead of true tensor.
In fact, Einstein came to a conclusion that gravitational waves do NOT exist. Because gravitational wave contradicts Einstein relativity in any aspects.
(Fig.7) So they added artificial pseudotensor to conserve energy.
The point is Einstein general relativity cannot conserve total energy.
If gravitational wave existed, its carried energy must be conserved.
So there is a serious contradiction between Einstein general relativity and hypothetical gravitational wave in energy conservation law.
This is the reason why many physicists including Einstein himself doubted the existence of gravitational wave ( this p.2 )
(Fig.8) Gravitational wave is the opposite to Einstein theory.
Einstein general relativity created new concepts in tensor to absorb gravitational effect.
So his tensor is a little different from classical one conserving total energy and momentum currents.
Of course, if general relativity cannot define some currents conserving total energy, gravitational wave cannot exist, either.
This is a serious problem and defect in Einstein general relativity.
So physicists created "artificial pseudotensor" as gravitational wave.
Adding this pseudotensor to Einstein original tensor, the total energy looks conserved, because this gravitational waves cancel a part of Einstein relativity ( this p.2 ).
This means gravitational wave pseudotensor is Not Einstein theory but the opposite to his relativity.
In fact, gravitational waves (= many choices ! ) vanish in some chosen coordinate, so lacks reality.
(Fig.9) Gravitational wave is meaningless without Nobel prize !
The media tends to sing the same refrain, "detecting gravitational wave surely leads to Nobel prize !"
OK. Then what the hell is this doubtful gravitational wave useful for ?
Gravitational wave corresponds to one of useless things, even if it could get Nobel prize. Because its effect is too weak to use.
If gravitational wave is so weak that it affects the length of only one-thousandth of the proton diamter, it's completely useless.
Each government should judge the true scientific value (= usefulness ), Not confused by ( top ) journals or prestigious prizes, when using tax.
(Fig.10) Gravitational wave → Big Bang ? → Parallel worlds !
One of the reason why astronomers desperately force us to accept doubtful gravitational wave is fantasy parallel worlds.
They insist detecting gravitational wave proves bubble universes spawned from Big Bang.
Of course, fictional multi-universes are just speculation, lacking physical evidence, because we cannot see other parallel worlds.
Unfortunately, this fanciful theory is what the present physicists believe as true.
(Fig.11) How fictional parallel worlds, computer, entanglement spread ?
Top journal Nature's strategy is very simple. They try to spread fictional and useless concpets such as parallel worlds.
Impractical quantum comptuer and entanglement (= faster-than-light action ? ) are also based on superposition where a cat can be dead and alive at the same time.
Of course, we cannot see a grotesque cat which can be dead and alive at the same time. So these concepts are just fantasy.
LIGO in gravitational wave is operated mainly by commercial colleges such as MIT and Caltech.
Accidentally, Tegmark at MIT and Sean at Caltech are enthusiastic admirers of unreal parallel worlds.
(Fig.12) But clock time stops on the surface of black hole !
LIGO team officially claims that gravitational wave detected this time was caused by collision between two black holes.
But it's impossible in Einstein general relativity.
Because the clock times stop on the surface of black hole, seen from distant observer ( on the earth ).
This severe time dilation on black hole is one of reasons why I criticize the LIGO claim that doubtful gravitational wave was found.
(Fig.13) Losing bet or not in Hawking paradox is so important ?
It's a famous story that John Preskill at Caltech made the bet with Hawking, and received an encyclopedia from Hawking.
But black hole information paradox which Hawking proposed has No meaning except in the media and bloggers.
Physicists all over the world waste their precious time in meaningless paradox, destroying young researchers' careers.
It is known that Caltech imposes exorbitant tuition fee on students. Then teaching fictional science is allowable ?
(Fig.14) Parallel worlds, faster-than-light wormholes are fiction.
When I wrote this page, I noticed MIT's research topics are very similar to Nature's "single-pattern" strategy.
In imaginary concept such as wormhole, MIT share the common idea with Nature, as a tool to explain "faster-than-light" action, entanglement.
The same thing can be said in quantum biology, which depends on "superposition" where a cat (= states ) can be dead and alive at the same time.
Quantum computer based on parallel-world computation is the main theme both in MIT and Nature, though it will be impractical forever,
(Fig.15) The experimental proof using pulsar (?) is very doubtful.
It is said that this doubtful gravitation wave was indirectly confimed by observing the pulsar's light signal.
But in fact, this experimental result lacks credibility.
This binary pulsar is belived to be two neutron stars.
But the pulsar is too far (= 21000 light years ! ) away from the earth to see.
We can observe only light pulse change emitted from some unknown objects.
They argue the orbital period of this pulsar is 7.7 hours, and its period decreases slightly by 0.000076 seconds per a year by emitting gravitational wave.
This too faint change shows the experimental proof of gravitational wave cannot be trusted at all.
The light pulse emitted from objects which is 21000 light-year away from the earth is likely to be affected by various dusts on its long way.
(Fig.16) They imagine pulsar motion only from the vague light pulse.
It is said the binary pulsar's motion indirectly proved gravitational wave.
But these pulsars are so far away from the earth that we cannot see their motions !
They just imagine the motions of a pair of pulsars only from the light pulse.
They argue the light frequency or timing change give the pulsar's orbital period.
In fact, one of these pulsars cannot been seen (= not emit any light pulse ).
So we don't know this light frequency change really means two pulsars' orbital motions.
The problem is they cannot determine the masses of two pulsars only from usual Keplerian parameters.
They must estimate their masses using two vague parameters such as orbital precession and relativistic redshift ( this p.10 ).
Estimating all motional parameters ( this p.2 ) is very hard and speculative. It's no wonder the light pulse ( this p.3 ) may change on its long way by other unrelated dusts or something.
(Fig.17) Orbital period's change is too weak to confirm gravitational wave.
They argue the orbital period of these pulsars is about 7.7 hours.
And it decreases by 0.000075 second per year by emitting gravitational wave.
This very slight change (= 75 μs / year ) in orbital period is too small to believe !
So it's very hard to say this observation proves the gravitational wave.
It's no wonder the light pulse changes by other factors on its long journey.
(Fig.18) Pulsar precession is more than 1000 times bigger than wave.
The point is the orbit of these pulsar is NOT closed.
These orbits are precessing at 4 degrees per year, they argue.
Of course, we cannot see this pulsar's precession directly !
They just estimate it only from the slight change of the light pulse.
The problem is this precession's effect is more than 1000 times bigger than the weak gravitational wave.
To know the precise gravitational wave's effect, we have to define "one round of the closed orbit". But this large precession makes it impossible.
This precession may affects the light frequency (= Doppler ) per revolution. The pulsar is so distant that we cannot see their precise motions.
So very slight change in orbital period by gravitational wave is hidden in this large precession, and it's very hard to extract it.
So testing general relativity using this too faint gravitational wave is impossible.
(Fig.19) Orbital period can be gotten from light frequency ?
Speculative pulsars are so far away from the earth that we can just imagine their motions only from the frequency change of the light pulse.
In ① of Fig.19, one of pulsar is moving toward us, so its emitted light shows higher frequency (= f ) due to Doppler shift, they think.
In ②, the pulsar is moving farther away from us, so its emitted light shows lower frequency (= f' ) due to Doppler shift.
Only in this case, the time interval between the identical frequency's phases means orbital period of the pulsar.
But of course, actual ligh pulses show much more complex patterns.
(Fig.20) Precession → Time interval doesn't mean orbital period.
But actual light pulse shows much more complex wave shape.
So they suppose the pulsar's orbit may be precessing.
Of course, we cannot see this pulsar's precession directly.
This is just speculation.
The problem is this pulsar's precession prevents us from knowing precise orbital period.
As shown in Fig.20, the highest light frequency (= fa ) is not equal to the original f when the periastron is just on the horizontal line.
(Fig.21) Cumulative orbital change by gravitational wave radiation ?
This graph is often mentioned as an indirect proof of the pulsar radiating gravitational wave. But in fact, this result is unreliable.
The orbital period of the pulsar is about 7.75 hours. And they claim this orbital period becomes gradually shorter by radiating gravitational waves.
The problem is this decrease in pulsar's period is extremely small, only 76 microseconds per year !
So it's impossible to measure the precise change in orbital period in each revolution. This is the reason they measured only "cumulative change".
When the orbital period of one revolution is 7.75 hours, the pulsar revolves around another star 1 year / 7.75 hours = 1130 times per year.
So in the second year after the orbital period decreases by 76 μs, the total cumulative change becomes 76 μs × 1130 = 85 milliseconds.
(Fig.22) ↓ ω shows how much the pulsar's periastron has advanced by precession.
When we measure the orbital period (= length of time during which pulsar returns to its the original position ), we have to track the same point (= periastron ).
But as I said, when the pulsar's orbit is precessing, tracking the periastron only from the light pulse is very difficult.
ω of Fig.22 shows the position of periaston in precession.
(Fig.23) Irregular precession speed makes the results very doubtful.
Then, how did physicists determine the periastron's position after precession, when the light pulse change cannot tell us precise data ?
In this Weinberg paper ( p.441 ), they say the periastron time was chosen to correspond to an orbit near the middle of the data after separating the whole data into 19 blocks.
The estimated result is in Table 6 in this. Surprisingly, the estimated pulsar's precession is very irregular !
In another paper ( Table 1), they claim the pulsar's precession is 4.2265 degree per year. But the upper result is irregularly changing !
Gravitational wave effect is much smaller than the precession in pulsar's cumulative phase change.
So this irregular estimated precession prevents us from measuring the precise effect of gravitational wave radiation !
(Fig.24) Gravitational wave effect is so small that it's hidden in precession !
In the above graph, cumulative period shift is about 15 seconds for the first 15 years ( 1975 - 1990 ).
So periastron appeared slightly faster by 1 second per year.
Supposing orbital period 7.75 hours is equal to 360o, this change by gravitational wave radiation is only 0.013o per year !
This change is far smaller compared with the irregularity of the precession.
(Fig.25) Irregularity of precession is larger than gravitational wave.
As shown in Fig.25, the irregularity of the precession per year is as large as ~0.040o per year ( ex. = 4.254o - 4.216o ).
This means we cannot determine the precise precession and periastron's position within uncertainty of 0.040o per year.
But if we try to know the precise effect of gravitational wave radiation, this uncertainty must be smaller than 0.013o.
This result shows the present claim that gravitational wave could be indirectly confimed in pulsar is incorrect.
The above pulsar psr b1913+16 is mentioned as a typical example of hypothetical gravitational wave.
The conlusion is that gravitational wave is too weak to claim that it's real, and of course, this too weak wave is useless.
So universities and governments just waste the precious money collected from people and students in meaningless waves.
We have to think about these problems more seriously !
2016/2/12 updated. Feel free to link to this site.