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Do Superconducting Gravimeters React to Gravitational Waves?

Authors: Herbert Weidner

In the spectrum of data from superconducting gravimeters, a spectral line at 240.1 μHz shows an unexpected frequency modulation, which may be an indication of an extraterrestial origin of the oscillation. Perhaps, the earth responds to GW of the galaxy nucleus of NGC 1530.

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