Effortless, generic gravitational wave detectors

Rajesh Kumar Singh, Grard Vasseur
Comments: 11 pages, 7 figures; v2: minor changes in title, references added; v3: title changed, references updated

We show that the gravitational wave detector built by the LIGO/VIRGO experiment is an effective gravitational wave detector capable of detecting gravitational waves even at the CMB scale. The detector can be implemented in a simple way involving a computer using the standard case of a 1-dimensional Euclidean tensor model. The detector is sensitive to the intensity of the gravitational wave waves and the ability of the computer to detect the signal of gravitational waves is determined by the weight of the model.