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Wouldn't it be inverse square, not inverse cubed? Or do gravity waves behave different than other things we're used to, like light?



Actually the nice thing about gravitational waves is that we are sensitive to their amplitude, which scales as 1/r, and not to their energy, which scales as 1/r^2.




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