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Quantum Computing explained!

At sub atomic levels every thing that we know about classical physics breaks, not just by a small margin but at massive scale. Welcome to the world …

This Navy SEAL Says Your Lack of Motivation Does Not Matter (but This 1 Thing Does Big Time)

There is something much bigger at play when it comes to your success than merely being motivated.<p>Maybe you haven't heard of Jocko Willink, but there is a good chance you wouldn't want to make enemies with him.<p>Having spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy--with time spent commanding Task Unit Bruiser at …

Northern Lights in Ohio? Sun Storm May Ramp Up Auroras Tonight!

People as far south as Ohio and Indiana may be able to see the northern lights tonight (Sept. 6), thanks to a powerful sun storm.<p>On Monday (Sept. 4), …

10 Success lessons from APJ Abdul Kalam – “Missile Man of India” for entrepreneurs

Share44<p>Tweet<p>Share46<p>+13<p>Shares 93<p>APJ Abdul Kalam was 11th President of India and a pioneer of the country’s space and missile programmes. He was …

7 Awesome Habits of Highly Effective People

Are you working as effectively as your extremely successful peers? If not, there's something you can do about that.<p>As we go through our daily-by-day lives without a pause or a moment to think about what it is we are actually doing, it's easy to assume we are working as effectively as we can. It is …

7 Mindsets That Guarantee Enduring Success

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In the business of success there are two types of people - the one-hit-wonders who enjoy short-term success and those who achieve enduring success that sustains them for life. The businessperson who holds the belief that they already have …

General relativity caught in action around black hole

<b>GENEVA</b> — An effect of general relativity that is barely measurable on Earth has been spotted in full force around a black hole.<p>Physicists detected …

Special Report: Gravity’s Century

In 1915, the universe was small and static. Space was smooth. Gravity pulled things to the ground. At least that’s the way it was in the minds of all …

What Are Quantum Gravity’s Alternatives To String Theory?

If there is a quantum theory of gravity, is String Theory the only game in town?<p><i>“I just think too many nice things have happened in string theory for</i> …

Space and Time: Inertial Frames (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

The term “reference frame” was coined in the 19th century, but it has a long prehistory, beginning, perhaps, with the emergence of the Copernican …

13 of the best best science books of 2015

To help sort through 2015's books, the <i>Science News</i> staff offers its must-read picks, many of which have been previously reviewed in the magazine.<p>Read those reviews at the links below or in our Editor's Pick: Favorite books of 2015.

Einstein's genius changed science's perception of gravity

Albert Einstein opened humankind’s eyes to the universe.<p>Before Einstein, space seemed featureless and changeless, as Isaac Newton had defined it two …

There's Some Complex Physics In These Photos of Ink Falling Through Water

Spherical Rayleigh-Taylor Instabilities, to be exact. That’s what happens when two fluids of different densities collide under the force of gravity. …

Physics

‘Black Hole’ traces 100 years of a transformative idea

<b>Black Hole</b> <i><br>Marcia Bartusiak</i><i><br>Yale Univ., $27.50</i><p>Almost a century before Einstein was born, the English polymath John Michell speculated that a star of …

From Newton to Einstein: The Origins of General Relativity

You probably don't know general relativity as well as you think you do.<p><i>This article was written by Krzysztof Bolejko from the University of Sydney.</i> …

Lesson Of The Day: The Magnus Effect

So, just cause it's the sweet space between Christmas and New Year's doesn't mean you can't still learn new, cool things — like physics.<p>Today's coolness is the Magnus effect, which is all about how spinning, flying things get driven sideways.<p>You've seen this in the way spin on a tennis ball can …

The Beauty of Eintein's General Theory of Relativity

Physics is so beautiful.<p><i>This article was written by Margaret</i> <i>Wertheim from the University of Melbourne. It was originally published by The</i> …