Faint gamma-ray bursts do actually exist


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Faint gamma-ray bursts do actually exist

European Space Agency said:
Gamma-ray bursts, powerful glares of high-energy that wash through the Universe once every day or so are, for a brief time, the brightest objects in the gamma-ray sky. ESA’s Integral gamma-ray observatory has observed several low-luminosity gamma-ray bursts, confirming the existence of an entire population of weaker bursts hardly noticed so far.
(Via European Space Agency)
So does that explain the bursts of strength that people experience and was the subject of Bruce Banner's research?