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How Big Was The Universe At The Moment Of Its Creation?

You might think of the Universe as infinite, and quite honestly, it might truly be infinite, but we don’t think we’ll ever know for sure. Thanks to the Big Bang — the fact that the Universe had a birthday, or that we can only go back a finite amount of time — and the fact that the speed of light is …

Dark Matter

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement

Get A Free Topographical Map

It does not matter one bit whether you are embarking upon a weekend camping trip with the family or trying to navigate through the mess left …

Jedi scientists freeze light in midair to bring quantum computers a step closer to reality

Remember that scene in "The Force Awakens" where the dark side warrior Kylo Ren stops a laser blast in mid-air? In a Canberra laboratory, physicists …

Quantum Mechanics

Physicists: Time Might Only Exist in Your Head

The Nature of Time<p>Out of all the pressures we face in our everyday lives, there’s no denying that the nature of time has the most profound effect. As …

Physics

Now — And The Physics Of Time

Time is elusive and enigmatic. The moment <i>now</i> is ephemeral.<p>Quandaries and confusion about time date back as far as Aristotle and Augustine, and as recently as Einstein and Feynman.<p>Physicists understand much about time, how its flow varies depending on velocity and gravity, but they haven't reached …

Physics

The Mars Rover Sent Back Some Pictures and They Look a Lot Like the American Southwest

This closeup view from NASA's Curiosity rover shows finely layered rocks, deposited by wind long ago as migrating sand d<p>... VIEW …

Mars Rover

A dying cell's last act | Cosmos

<b>When immune cells get sick</b>, they will often self-destruct to protect the rest of the body from harm. New research suggests that before pulling the …

Peace Sign

Lucid Dreams vol. 1, by The Adventure Soundtrack

Space rock jams get experimental and slightly evil with zoned out synths and wheezing guitar lines plus soft, sweet vocals. Bandcamp New & …

Something Real, by Sean Faust

Track Name: A Day Like This<p>Maybe I'm not as smart as I thought I've been<br>I'm on my way<br>I'm on my way<p>The time isn't odd like it used to be<br>Time ticks …

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10 Habits To Develop By The Time You Are 30

There are many milestones one could argue indicate adulthood: an 18th birthday, a college graduation, a job with proper health insurance, etc. Research states the brain is more developed in our late 20s than our early 30s, better equipping people to make significant decisions closer to 30 than to …

Self-improvement