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So what makes this energy “acoustic”?

February 5, 2008 By Giza Developer
    Basically because the wave form is a longitudinal wave, just like a sound wave in the air. It's a pressure wave, only in this case, the "pressure" is exerted not on ordinary matter as such, but on the fabric or structure of space itself. It is thus a very powerful wave. In order to distinguish this wave from ordinary sound I have used various terms for it, such as "scalar wave" or "gravito-acoustic" and so on.