> Gravity waves are a different phenomenon than gravitational waves.
> Gravity waves are waves
> consisting of the motion of fluid matter in a gravitational field. The
> ripples on the surface of a pond are called gravity waves.
Are you certain about this? I don't remember any of this when I did A level Physics. I would call waves in water exactly that: water waves, sound = air waves, light = wave in some kind of electromagnetic ether (spacetime?) - I don't know this part at all - anyone got the info?
This footnote also confirms that this email message has been swept by MIMEsweeper for the presence of computer viruses.