**Subject:** Fwd: FW: Laboratory-Scale Superconducting Mirrors for Gravitational Microwaves

**Date:** Wed, 25 Mar 2009 04:17:01 EDT

Thanks, but if this article is based on the Einsetin field equation it is incorrect form the beginning. Gravitational waves may exist from the ECE equations though because they have the same structure as the electrodynamical equations, so for example there is a gravitational B(3) field and a gravitational inverse Faraday effect, but so tiny as to be wholly impractical. The only way in which gravitational waves might be observed is through spin connection resonance, and the amplification would have to be many orders of magnitude. Elementary comparison of the Newton and Coulomb inverse square laws shows this much. ArXiv is a repository just for obsolete standard dogma – look at proof one, flow chart three.

Myron here is an interesting article I found about gravitational mirrors:

Laboratory-Scale Superconducting Mirrors for Gravitational Microwaves

http://arxiv.org/abs/0903.3280

Sean

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