Remember, the source of the noise is from quantum fluctuations; light that we didn't stick into the interferometer.
In that case quantum fluctuations are negligible and cannot be heard.
And a large enough quantum fluctuation could give rise to a wormhole.
As a result, so-called quantum fluctuations would leave faint lumps in the early universe.
There must be a certain minimum amount of uncertainty, or quantum fluctuations, in the value of the field.
Although new inflation is classically rolling down the potential, quantum fluctuations can sometimes bring it back up to previous levels.
All I see are a few ordinary quantum fluctuations, the kind that are common in any information system.
Such quantum fluctuations during the big bang are now thought to be the origin of galaxies.
Or in other words, if light didn't have to interact with all the quantum fluctuations, how fast would it be able to go?
"A massive quantum fluctuation is forming directly behind us," Data reported.