Did Goryachev et al. detect megahertz gravitational waves?

@article{Lasky2021DidG,
  title={Did Goryachev 
et al.
 detect megahertz gravitational waves?},
  author={Paul D. Lasky and Eric Thrane},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2021}
}
Goryachev et al. [1] recently announced the detection of “two strongly significant events” in their Bulk Acoustic Wave High Frequency Gravitational Wave Antenna. They claim many possibilities for the cause of these events, including high-frequency megahertz gravitational waves. We demonstrate these events are not due to gravitational waves for two reasons. 1) The inferred stochastic gravitational-wave background from these events implies the gravitational-wave energy density of the Universe is… 
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