And now, for perhaps the final time, let's dive on into our Comments of the Week! Image credit: Justin Kruger and David Dunning, 1999. And if you don't know, could you admit to yourself that you don't know, and that you need to take it to a professional? Image credit: NASA / Albert Einstein Institute / Zuse Institute Berlin / M. Koppitz and L. Rezzolla. The ejecta occur on the timescale of hundreds of milliseconds, but the gamma ray burst occurred 1.7 seconds after the gravitational wave signal arrived, so I don't think that's a dealbreaker but I also don't think that lines up.