Author Archives: Natalia Kiriushcheva

About Natalia Kiriushcheva

I am a theoretical and computational physicist.

Updates to the post “Why is the idea/hypothesis of gravitational waves (GW) in General Relativity so special?”

1. We just received a copy of the original Einstein’s paper [7] (A. Einstein and N. Rosen, Journal of Franklin Institute, 223 (1937) 43-54). The exact phrase (p. 48) is: Advertisements

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What if we find gravitational waves and what if we don’t?

On May 14, 2012, Sergei gave a talk at Theoretical Physics Seminar, University of Central Lancashire: “What if we find gravitational waves and what if we don’t?”. Some interest to this subject, the following week discussions, and Andrei’s (our host) … Continue reading

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After seminars at UCLan

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Following a British tradition, speakers continue discussion at local pubs:

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What if we find gravitational waves and what if we don’t ?

Originally posted on Computational Physics Group:
Theoretical Physics Seminar University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK Monday, 14th May 2012, 16:00 in Leighton 003 “What if we find gravitational waves and what if we don’t ?” Dr Sergei Kuzmin Department of…

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Originally posted on Computational Physics Group:
In Manchester airport Dr Sergei Kuzmin and Dr Natalia Kiriushcheva from the University of Western Ontario and King’s University College, London, Ontario, Canada, are visiting our group on 13-26 May, 2012. At Preston rail

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