Dominic Bader

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Gravity Could Be Produced by Bizarre Quantum 'Flashes'

Spooky.<p>Since the mid-twentieth century, two theories of physics have offered powerful yet incompatible models of the physical universe.<p>General …

Create Awesome Engaging Articles with Pagez

<b>अंक गणित ,,,,,,</b><p>जानिए अपना चरित्र ,,,,,,<p>Created on 2018-01-30 12:21 AM<p>Early Cuyler wears a different ball cap each week in Squidbillies. Here are some …

Confirmed: Electrons Flowing Like Liquid in Graphene Are Insanely Superconductive

???<p>Electrons have been caught flowing through graphene like a liquid, reaching limits physicists thought were fundamentally impossible.<p>This type of …

Quantum Physics Overview

How Quantum Mechanics Explains the Invisible Universe<p>Quantum physics is the study of the behavior of matter and energy at the molecular, atomic, …

Did you solve it? Are you smarter than an architect?

The solution to today’s 3D puzzle<p>In my puzzle blog earlier today I set you this puzzle:<p><i>Draw a 3-dimensional picture of a shape that goes through each of the holes above, exactly touching all sides as it passes through.</i><p>For further clarification, the piece is solid and when it goes through each hole, …

Time I

Can You Solve The Intelligence Test That's Left People On Facebook Confused?

🤔 🤔 🤔<p>A maths puzzle is boggling minds around the world, but can you solve it?<p>The test has been shared by thousands on Facebook after it was posted …

Puzzles that teach the fundamentals of crypto's essential, elusive zero-knowledge proofs

Zero-knowledge proofs are one of the most important concepts in cryptography: they're a way to "validate a computation on private data by allowing a …

Functional Drawing at C&!

Last week I taught at the first (year 0) of C&!, the Camp for Algorithmic Math Play. It was a lot of fun working on mathematical play and games with …

Mathematics

All shook up over topology

Physicists and mathematicians have bonded over their shared explorations of bizarre states of matter.<p>The King left his wife in 1972, but it wasn’t …

Mathematics

4 Brilliant Work Habits of History's Most Underrated Genius | Inc.com

<i>What work habits of geniuses like Einstein, Shannon, and Turing can the rest of us learn from? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world.</i><p>We spent the last five years studying the life of one of the …

Genius

Can You Pass This Logic Test? - Viral Math Equation

Logic tests are often designed to twist our brains into seeing new ways of solving a problem, and this viral math equation circulating online is no …

Riddles in Mathematics, Leo Valls

<b>Get Riddles in Mathematics on iTunes here!</b><p>The powerslide heard from around the world. Here’s Leo Valls part from <i>Riddles in Mathematics</i>! Don’t forget …

This math problem has the internet confused. Can you figure it out?

6 ÷ 3(1+2) =If someone said there is no right answer when it comes to mathematics almost wouldn’t make sense. Many people would say it’s illogical to …

Mathematics

Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals the biggest misconceptions people have about the universe

Neil deGrasse Tyson explains some of the biggest misconceptions we have about the universe.<p><i>Darren Weaver contributed to an earlier version of this video.</i><p><b>Follow Tech Insider:</b>On Facebook<p><i>StarTalk Radio is a podcast and radio program hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, where comic co-hosts,</i> …

Scientists discover "angel particle" that is its own antiparticle

Every fundamental particle in the universe has an antiparticle, which has the same mass but the opposite charge. If a particle should ever meet its …

‘Angel Particle’ found which could lead to 100 MILLION times faster computers

At the very beginning of the universe, the Big Bang created equal parts matter and anti-matter, so scientists believe.<p>If the sets of matter were to …

Creating the largest neutrino detectors in the world

A new era in neutrino physics in the United States is underway, and UW–Madison's Physical Sciences Laboratory (PSL) in Stoughton is playing a key …

Physics

BBC Radio 4 - Radio 4 in Four - Subatomic science: 10 things we know (and don’t know) about the fabric of the universe

6. Around 70 billion neutrinos pass through the tip of your nose every second<p>Hundreds of billions of miniscule particles go right through our bodies every second without us even noticing. Produced by stars and other astrophysical events, neutrinos have almost no mass at all and travel at almost …

Ask Ethan: Could The Fabric Of Spacetime Be Defective?

The biggest lesson from Einstein’s general theory of relativity is that space itself isn’t a flat, unchanging, absolute entity. Rather it’s woven together, along with time, into a single fabric: spacetime. This fabric is continuous, smooth, and gets curved and deformed by the presence of matter and …

Physics

SKT develops world’s smallest quantum chip

SK Telecom said Sunday it has developed the world’s smallest chip to generate random number utilizing its quantum technology, which can significantly …

Lawrence Krauss on "Seeing" the Early Universe

At a 2016 convention hosted by the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, theoretical physicist Lawrence M. Krauss spoke about scientists' attempts to look …

Physics

Robot finds possible melted fuel inside Fukushima reactor

Lava-like rocks believed to be melted nuclear fuel have been spotted inside Japan's stricken Fukushima reactor by an underwater robot, the plant's …

Weird Quantum Discovery Says Pushing Particles Forward Can Make Them Go Backward

Quantum mechanics continues to provide brain-busting discoveries as mathematicians find that <b>quantum mechanical particles</b> can move in the opposite …

Quantum Mechanics

The kilogram is getting a new look

For over a century, we’ve been using the same object to define the kilogram: a pingpong-ball-size chunk of platinum-iridium kept in Paris under lock and key. That will soon change.<p>The kilogram is the last unit of measure in the international measurement system that’s still defined by a physical …

From Stephen Hawking to AI: nine of the best science talks

It's never been easier to learn about the wonders of science from the comfort of your own home. The internet is packed with enthralling lectures from …

Artificial Intelligence

Theoretical Physics Is More Important To Everyday Life Than Most People Think

<i>Is modern theoretical physics more than just solving word problems? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world</i>.<p><b>Answer by Viktor T. Toth, IT pro, part-time physicist, on Quora:</b><p>Theoretical physics is not …

Physics

Those weird radio waves that were puzzling astronomers have a new explanation

Still not aliens<p>Last week, astronomers at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico announced they had picked up some strange radio signals coming from a small red dwarf star, and they couldn’t quite figure out what was causing them. Now, it seems they have an answer: it turns out these bizarre radio …

Number Line Puzzles-Equations

ABOUT THE BOOK<p>This book is the first release of a 12-book Algebra 1 series for children ages 4 and older. It’s a fun and engaging fairy tale about …

Geometry for geniuses

Doing exactly what its name suggests, the Ring Ruler allows you to draw perfect circles without using those compasses that tear holes in paper (my …

What Math Do You Need For Physics? It Depends

In one of David Lodge’s comic novels about academia, the English-professor characters play a game called “Humiliation,” where they take turns admitting classic works of literature that they haven’t read, scoring one point for each of the other players who <i>has</i> read it. The winner is an American who …

Mathematics