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15 Flips | 3 Magazines | 5 Likes | 1 Following | 10 Followers | @NancyJama | Musician, Quantum Physics, Steven Hawkins, Einstein fanatic. The Beatles, Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd, Stones, The Who, Led Zepplin, 90's music and classic ROCK n Roll freak. A 60's Flower Child who attended the original Fillmore/Winterland in SF every week until it closed. Saw all the great bands before they were legends. I don't know how to be old. Still trying to figure it out

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NASA Spotted an Object 3.3 Billion Miles Away From the Sun

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft captured the closest-ever look at a small object in the solar system’s distant Kuiper Belt, the ring of icy bodies and …

Physicists Send Particles Of Light Into The Past, Proving Time Travel Is Possible?

Are C-Sections Altering Human Evolution?<p>Published<p>7 hours ago<p>on<p>July 30, 2018<p>In Brief<p>The Facts:<p>The number of babies being born by C-section is …

Ex-wife of late Scott Weiland says kids 'lost their father years ago' to rock star life

‘Don’t glorify this tragedy with talk of rock’n’roll’ says Mary Forsberg Weiland, mother of two children with the Stone Temple Pilots singer, who died on tour last week<p>Following the death of Scott Weiland, the former frontman of the bands Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, Mary Forsberg …

Ask Ethan: How Do Black Holes Really Evaporate?

Perhaps the greatest thing Stephen Hawking ever discovered — and the reason he’s so renowned among physicists — is that black holes don’t live forever.<p>Rather, they radiate their energy away over extraordinarily long timescales through a process discovered in 1974 that’s now known as Hawking …

Physics

This Space Mission Could Upend Our Basic Notions of Newtonian Gravity

Stanford physicists offer an intriguing proposal.<p>Sir Isaac Newton probably didn't get conked on the head by a falling apple, but by many, if not most accounts, there was an apple and it did fall in his presence. Having witnessed such an event, the natural philosopher dared wonder why the apple, …

The Universe is Dying? Now What?

<i>Paul Sutter is a visiting scholar at The Ohio State University's Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP). Sutter is also host of the</i> …

Is Our Universe a Fake?

<i>Robert Lawrence Kuhn is the creator, writer and host of "Closer to Truth," a public television and multimedia program that features the world's</i> …

Dancing Exoplanets, A Fire Tornado, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week

Exoplanets

NASA releases clearest photos of Pluto we may see for decades

NASA released two black and white images of Pluto on Friday, billing them as the dwarf planet’s “best close-ups that humans may see for decades.”<p>The …

A Japanese astronaut tweeted these incredible photos from the International Space Station

Over the last few months, the Japanese astronaut has been documenting his time in space by tweeting gorgeous photos of Earth, its sunrises, and the lights of cities as night.<p>We may not be able to fly through space with Kimiya, but at least we can share his view through the magic of the Internet!

"Water Bears," the Only Animals That Can Survive in Space, Have a Big Secret in Their DNA

Tiny tardigrades are amazing: the seemingly indestructible animals are the only ones known to survive the vacuum of space, and now researchers …

Radio pulses from space have stumped scientists for years. Now we may be close to solving the mystery.

By Rachel Feltman<p>Rachel Feltman<p>Bio<p>Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) are a big fat mystery. The pulses — first discovered about a decade ago — come from billions of light years away and last for just milliseconds. Only 16 pulses have been recorded since the first was heard in 2007, but scientists believe …

Universe

How these celebrities ‘won’ their divorces in 2015: Hollywood PR at its absolute creepiest

By Emily Yahr<p>Emily Yahr<p>Style reporter covering pop culture and entertainment<p>Email Bio Follow<p><i>(This is the 14th installment in a series that looks back at the most intriguing pop culture news of the week. Or in this case — and for the rest of December — the year. This week’s theme: Celebrities.)</i><p>2015 …

Blake Shelton

History’s greatest invention: the refrigerator

By Amanda Erickson<p>Amanda Erickson<p>Foreign affairs reporter focusing on the post-Soviet world<p>Email Bio Follow<p><i>Amanda Erickson is an assitant editor of Outlook.</i><p>What is humanity’s greatest invention? Agriculture? Language? The Internet?<p>Nope. It’s the refrigerator, at least according to Tom Jackson. In …

20th Century