Authors: Andrew Beckwith
Survey of topics. beginning with break down of the quark-gluon plasma as a way to analyze early universe conditions, and presentation of opportunities as far as GW astronomy which may be presented if the li baker detector is put into operational usage.
Comments: 102 pages ( 5 pages removed ) of a presentation made by Dr. Beckwith at the Chongquing University department of physics, Chonguing University, PRC, as a guest of Dr. Fangyu Li, PRC, and his gravitational physics group. Done as a collaboration between Dr. Li's GW research group and US reseachers, as listed by Gravwave.com
[v1] 25 Sep 2009
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