|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
Hello there ! It is known that big masses can generate, by moving, an gravitational field. Is the case of big stars, like our Sun that curves the light ( which is coming to us beyond Sun ). So, to generate an gravitational field, you mast move fast two very very dense masses. What can be use ? What if we can isolate and control the movement of an heavy nucleus ( Uranium for example ). We could transfer electromagnetic energy to the nucleus and then this one will oscilate and generate an gravitational field. The field would have a very low intensity. I know that, nowdays, the scientist try to "feel: the G-field by observing the moving of very heavi masses.The heavier the masses are, the higher is the chance to find something. But we can not obtain the density of a star, unles we use something really dense, for example..... the atomic nucleus. So to receive the G-wave, we could use the same resonance device that we used for generating it ( an heavy nucleus oacillator).That oscilator will generate electric current, we`ll filter the noise by the means that it is completly random, then have a signal. This would be a transceiver with almost infinite range !
Re: Is it possible to generate and receive an gravitational field variation ?
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