I'd first laugh, then feel sad, if I had no familiarity with the current state of experimental physics.
The thing is: I know for at least the next probably ten years (but mosre likely the next 20 years) Physicists won't be able to directly detect gravitational waves at all. And even if they do, it will be barely detecting two nearby supermassive black holes merging in the most energetic event ever seen by humanity.
Gravitational waves generated by individual human activities within a two-hundred mile band centered at sea-level won't be detectable for a thousand years.
As much as I wish the singularity will come and make me immortal, I can see that it's most likely we'll all be dead before that happens in this universe.
I realized that the post I'm replying to is satirical after posting my reply. I'm leaving my own post up because I believe it's likely to be true and accurate in its content, regardless of the affect expressed in the OP.