Friction of the vacuum could slow the rotation of pulsars

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  1. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    No issue at all in the H/T system, and verdict, other than in your own delusional mind. FACT:

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    A simply fabricated unsupported word salad scenario that made no difference to the evidence pointing to gravitational waves.
    Magnetic field interactions were properly considered along with many other contingencies, and as previous graph shows, gravitational waves matched the GR orbital degradations near perfectly.

    With regards to personal insults, I'm just stating things as they are inreality, in the face of porky pies re your own accusations of mischarecterizations etc.
    Any evasive tactics is on your part as all I'm doing is stating the facts as they stand as of the 10th day of the 8th month in the year 2016, and that is the H/T system observations and data stand as is, and no reconsideration or issues at all, except that which exists in your mind, and obviously which you are unable to support.

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    Seems you still ain't doing any better...shame.

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    but NOT perfect .
     
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  5. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

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    river doing what he does best...again

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    What is perfect river?
    Any measurement/observation we make is curtailed by precision and such.
    The Hulse Taylor Binary Pulsar system and the data forthcoming, matched near perfectly, within all bounds of reasonable tolerences, a continuing decay in orbital degradation, in line with gravitational radiation for which the Nobel prize was awarded.
    Perhaps you missed it during my efforts to get another to understand...here it is again......

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    Orbital decay of PSR B1913+16.[7] The data points indicate the observed change in the epoch of periastron with date while the parabola illustrates the theoretically expected change in epoch according to general relativity.
     
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