You haven’t been paying attention. LIGO must be at least 99.999% mechanically decoupled from Earth to be sensitive enough to detect gravity waves.
I’m guessing it’s that .001% is the reason LIGO failed!
You also speak in past tense whereas due to recent reports gravity waves have yet to be detected.
Every image I’ve seen of these devices has what appears to be massive steel structures bolted to the earth holding the mechanism in place. What are they, pogo sticks?
Maybe it’s time for you take a science class. Then your experiments wouldn’t fail.
I am truly humbled by that statement. If experiments never fail, LIGO would be an absolute success and anti-vibration isolation theorems would be a proven science!
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This thread has turned for the worse. I will do my best to ignore the insults and avoid retaliatory strikes, stay on topic and provide information relative to vibration management related to our experience.
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