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"According to Dr. Andrew Beckwith, renowned Astrophysicist Freeman Dyson asserted that Gravitons were undetectable via an analysis of infinite space; I.e., the analysis of the infinite distances involved, were to invalidate any chance of working with experimentation based upon the assumption of infinite distances, of propagation and of where the relevant physics interactions occurred. I believe Dr. Beckwith is correct in saying he has turned this analysis on its head by making reference to a small cavity based regime of probability analysis, as it relates to GW production by a Tokamak, which changes the probability of detection from 0 to 100%, by use of the same probability calculations Dyson used in his document. Dr. Beckwith substantively contends all of Dyson's suppositions are based upon infinite spatial geometry and Dyson did not once examine the physics of what would occur with a device based physics generator of gravitational waves."  Myron D. Stokes, Research Assistant
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