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  1. How can I find out all the gravity wave measurements that only relate to the diameter of the proton? For instance the very 1st Gravity Wave detection was found on September 14, 2015, with LIGO's interferometers in Livingston, at LA and Hanford. The detection was measured to be .000000000000000001 or 1e-18 or which was 10,000 of a diameter of a proton. I know LIGO has detected about a total of 50 gravity waves. Is it possible that you could send me all the measurements of all the gravity waves as a number like the first gravity in relation to the proton measureme
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