Authors: Andrew Beckwith
The issue of whether or not a correlation exists between neutrino physics and gravitational wave data sets/gravitons is raised anew. Particular emphasis is placed on analysis of the Fuller and Kishimoto scenario, suggesting that the wave function of a relic neutrino may span up to billions of light years across galaxies because of its low energy and particles traveling at different speeds. There is an initial close relationship between gravitational waves/gravitons and relic neutrinos in early-universe nucleation, so is there is a corresponding "stretch-out" of gravitons? If so, what would this imply for improved graviton/gravity wave detectors?
Comments: pages, 1 figure. Replaced due to marked re dos of contents of document to adhere to minimum formatting protocol, and information contents expected of a 12 marcel Grossman conference entry. In particular, the conclusion has been almost totally re done.
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