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“Albert is an old fool”: Einstein vs Schrödinger in battle of the Nobel laureates

Einstein & Schrödinger were friends then competitors in hunt for Grand Unified Theory. A media war tore them apart<p>This is the tale of two brilliant physicists, the 1947 media war that tore apart their decades-long friendship, and the fragile nature of scientific collaboration and discovery.<p>*<p>When …


The 5 Most Interesting Announcements from Microsoft's Windows 10 Event

Virtual assistants, new web browsers, seamless gaming—oh my!<p>With its new version of Windows, Microsoft has done the seemingly impossible: It skipped right over version 9 and straight to 10. Really, though, the maker of the world's most popular operating system dropped a lot of major announcements …

Windows Phone

Chemical dial controls attraction between water-repelling molecules

Fear of water may seem like an irrational hindrance to humans, but on a molecular level, it lends order to the world. Some substances -- lots of …

Big Pic: Simulated Black Hole Collision Shreds The Milky Way [ANIMATED]

Luckily for us, nothing like this is actually happening nearby.<p>Black holes aren't just ultra-massive collapsed stars that trap light with the sheer force of their gravitational waves. They're also very difficult objects to model--especially when they interact with other black holes. This image from …

Black Holes

Robot Safari EU

Science Magazine on Twitter: "A new scheme can detect a single photon again and again w/o destroying it http://t.co/gLzgoLzUB3 #quantum #physics http://t.co/5GVJuZ03vV"

Científicos crean un pequeño acelerador de partículas 'de mesa' más barato

Un equipo de científicos de EE.UU. ha desarrollado un nuevo acelerador de partículas 'de mesa' más pequeño y barato, lo que supone un gran avance …

New Expedition 37 crew members Oleg Kotov, Mike Hopkins and Sergey Ryazanskiy were welcomed aboard the International Space Station Thursday at 12:34 a.m. EDT. They docked to the Poisk mini-research module Wednesday at 10:45 p.m. EDT aboard a Soyuz spacecraft, seen here in this image approaching the space station. They launched just four orbits earlier at 4:58 p.m. from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. After the hatches opened the new residents were greeted by Expedition 37 Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and Flight Engineers Karen Nyberg and Luca Parmitano. Kotov, Hopkins and Ryazanskiy are scheduled for a 5-1/2 month stay in space living and working inside the orbital laboratory. They are due to return home in March 2014 landing in Kazakhstan inside the same Soyuz spacecraft they arrived in. Image Credit

Giant loops of plasma above the Sun's surface are swaying back and forth, spanning distances up to an estimated 100,000 miles. The video clip covers about a day of activity viewed in extreme ultraviolet light. The loops actually are charged particles spiraling along numerous groups of magnetic field lines extending above active regions. Meanwhile, a darker, cooler mass of plasma swirled and twisted above the Sun in the upper left area of the frames. The video was captured Sept. 18-19, 2013 by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). SDO was launched in 2010, and is currently studying solar activity and how it causes space weather. Space weather affects our lives on Earth, and even satellites and astronauts out in space! SDO is helping us understand where the sun's energy comes from, what happens inside of the sun, and how energy is stored and released in the sun's atmosphere. By better understanding the sun and how it works, we will be able to better predict space weather events. Credit: NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory #sun #solarsystem #sdo #star #plasma #nasa #space #sunshine