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No Number Of Additional Galaxies Can Prevent The Universe From Needing Dark Matter

It was perhaps the biggest news in space since we detected gravitational waves: instead of “billions and billions” of galaxies, there are at least two trillion of them — that’s 2,000,000,000,000 — within our observable Universe. Previously, the best estimate was merely 170 billion, coming from …

Dark Matter

Spectacular Single Image of the Earth and Moon Taken from Mars

Captured by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRise), back in October 2007, this amazing photograph shows the Earth and the moon, as seen from the orbit of Mars. Collected by the HiRise camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the beautiful image places the two floating space …

Imaging

Gravitational constant appears universally constant, pulsar study sug

Gravity, one of the four fundamental forces of nature, appears reassuringly constant across the universe, according to a decades-long study of a …

Why is the Scale of the Universe so Freakishly Large?

“Space is big,” said Douglas Adams. “You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-boggingly big it is.” But why must this be so? And why does our …

Dark Matter

Earth's Water Is Older Than The Sun

Why that’s good news for alien hunters<p>Since water is one of the vital ingredients for life on Earth, scientists want to know how it got here. One theory is that the water in our solar system was created in the chemical afterbirth of the Sun. If that were the case, it would suggest that water might …

Radical New Theory Could Kill the Multiverse Hypothesis

Author: Natalie Wolchover, Quanta Magazine. Natalie Wolchover, Quanta Magazine Science<p>Date of Publication: 08.25.14.<p>Time of Publication: 6:30 am. …

Study finds precognition is posible

The paranormal is entering the realm of reality? ( PhysOrg.com ) -- A Cornell University scientist has demonstrated that psi anomalies, mo...

Strange life signs found on meteorites: NASA scientist | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A NASA scientist reports detecting tiny fossilized bacteria on three meteorites, and maintains these microscopic life forms are not native to Earth.<p>If confirmed, this research would suggest life in the universe is widespread and life on Earth may have come from elsewhere in …

Global Coherence - HeartMath Institute

Global Coherence Research<p>The Science of Interconnectivity<p>Global coherence research encompasses a large variety of scientific data to gain new …

What Would A City Run By Women Look Like?

How would a local government run by women change the face of our cities?<p>You may have read recently that Saudi Arabia was planning to build “women-only” industrial city, where Saudi women would be able to work and live in a man-free environment. It turns out that the story was widely misinterpreted, …

Agarikon: Ancient Mushroom for Modern Medicine

<i>Black Rock City, Burning Man, August 31, 2012</i><p>The majority of modern medicines originate in nature. Although some mushrooms have been used in therapies for thousands of years, we are still discovering new potential medicines hidden within them. For many years, I have sought and studied Agarikon, an …

Microbiology

Strange spherical rock formations on Mars baffle scientists...

Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Stuart Atkinson Strange spherical rock formations on Mars baffle scientists... A strange picture of odd, sph...

Physicists Find New Evidence Of A 'Theory Of Everything' In The Wreckage Of Dead Stars

Physicists studying the rotation of minuscule particles fired by exploding stars light years from Earth have found new evidence for a so-called …

Ode to a Flower: Richard Feynman’s Famous Monologue on Knowledge and Mystery, Animated

Nobel-winning physicist <b>Richard Feynman</b> (May 11, 1918–February 15, 1988) was a champion of scientific culture, graphic novel hero, crusader for integrity, holder of the key to science, adviser of future generations, bongo player, no ordinary genius. In this fantastic animated adaptation of an …

Earthworms roped into making quantum dots

IS IT time chemists abandoned their white coats in favour of trowels? Ordinary earthworms are proving to be a sophisticated chemistry lab: they …

Chemistry

First detailed sex video of deep-sea squid resolves long-standing mysteries as to how these animals mate

Undaunted by the bright lights of the remote controlled sub filming their activity some 1,400 meters down in the Gulf of Mexico, the two deep-sea …

A Snapshot Of Human Migration Around The World [Infographic]

The origins and destinations of the world's 215 million migrants<p>The dawn of agriculture is often cited as the beginning of modern civilization, since it allowed people to live for a long time in one place and build large societies, but one thing it didn't change was our species' propensity for …

African-American's Y chromosome sparks shift in evolutionary timetable

Scientists say an African-American male's odd genetic signature suggests that the human Y chromosome's lineage goes back further in time than they thought — perhaps due to interbreeding with other populations such as Neanderthals.<p>"This really upsets a lot of ideas, but at the same time, it's …