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Beyond Time

We conventionally think of time as something simple and fundamental. It flows uniformly, independent of everything else, from the past to the future, …

Physics

This Is The Fastest Rotor Humans Have Ever Built, And It's Bending Our Understanding of Physics

Mind-boggling.<p>Scientists have created a tiny rotor that rotates at speeds of up to 60 billion revolutions a minute – the fastest-spinning human-made …

Physics

The physics of infinity

1.<p>Tegmark, M. in <i>Science and Ultimate Reality: From Quantum to Cosmos</i> (eds Barrow, J. D., Davies, P. C. W. & Harper, C. L. Jr) Ch. 21 (Cambridge Univ. …

Physics

A Big Problem With the Expanding Universe

Look out at a distant galaxy, and you'll see it as it was in the distant past. But light arriving after, say, a billion-year journey won't come from …

Is Theoretical Physics Wasting Our Best Living Minds On Nonsense?

The history of physics is filled with great ideas that you’ve heard of, like the Standard Model, the Big Bang, General Relativity, and so on. But it’s also filled with brilliant ideas that you probably haven’t heard of, like the Sakata Model, Technicolor theory, the Steady State Model, and Plasma …

Physics

NASA’s newest spacecraft will scour the galaxy for undiscovered planets

The TESS mission is slated to launch on Monday<p>Next week, NASA is launching its new exoplanet hunter: a satellite that will stare out at the cosmos searching for never-before-seen worlds. Dubbed TESS, the spacecraft is tasked with looking for planets circling around stars outside of our Solar System …

A New Study Conducted At CERN Has Revealed The Color Of Antimatter

After three decades of research, scientists are now taking the most precise measurements yet so they can learn more about antimatter.<p>A new study that …

Physics

Scientists Have Measured the 'Color' of Antimatter for the First Time

It’s a finding three decades in the making.<p>When the universe was formed in the Big Bang, there were equal parts matter and antimatter—but today, our universe is almost entirely made up of matter. When matter and antimatter encounter each other, they annihilate into pure energy. So why did matter …

There's a Detectable Human-Made Barrier Surrounding Earth

We are changing space itself.<p>In 2017, NASA space probes detected a massive, human-made 'barrier' surrounding Earth.<p>And tests have confirmed that it's …

Will time crystals propel the Pentagon into a hi-tech future?

Now the Pentagon wants some.<p>Time crystals have burst upon the world of physics.<p>And they offer a unique window to the behaviour of the infintessimally …

Why the universe shouldn't exist at all

<b>(CNN) —</b> "Why is there something, rather than nothing?" could be the oldest and deepest question in all of metaphysics. Long exclusively the province of philosophy, in recent years this question has become one that can be addressed by scientific methods. What's more, a new scientific advance has …

Physics

This Galaxy Has Almost No Dark Matter—and Scientists Are Baffled

If astronomers really have found an "undark" galaxy, it’s a strong clue that dark matter is real.<p>An unusual galaxy far, far away is stumping astronomers not because of what’s there, but because of what’s missing.<p><b>What is this thing?</b><p>About 65 million light-years away, the galaxy called NGC1052-DF2 is …

Scientists Have Discovered a New Organ in the Human Body. What is the Interstitium?

It’s not a second stomach or a mini-brain. But scientists have discovered an important new organ that may play a critical role in how many tissues …

Physicists Create New Form Of Light

In results published in <i>Science,</i> researchers suggest that this new light could be used to perform highly complex, incredibly fast quantum computations.<p>…

The Big Bang May Have Been One of Many

Our universe could be expanding and contracting eternally.<p>Humans have always entertained two basic theories about the origin of the universe. “In one of them, the universe emerges in a single instant of creation (as in the Jewish-Christian and the Brazilian Carajás cosmogonies),” the cosmologists …

Trump taking tougher stance on Russia nuclear threat

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Friday announced it will continue much of the Obama administration's nuclear weapons policy, but take a more aggressive stance toward Russia. It said Russia must be convinced it would face "unacceptably dire costs" if it were to threaten even a limited …

North Korea

Physicists Spot Evidence of 'Odderon' First Predicted in the 1970s

Scientists have uncovered some preliminary evidence for a nuclear physics effect first predicted back in the 1970s. The physics universe you’re about …

Aliens are buried beneath the Ice says planetary scientist

<b>With all of our fancy technology, and our ability to spot distant objects in the universe, located thousands of light-years away, why haven’t we had</b> …

American Astronomical Society

Physicists Just Caught Particles Spinning Wildly in The 'Wrong' Direction

"What we observed was totally amazing."<p>Physicists have observed some weird atomic collision problems as particles failed to bounce off each other in …

Physics: Record-Breaking Nanochip Reaches One-Thousandth of a Degree From Absolute Zero, 'Magic' Quantum Threshold

<i>Updated</i> | Physicists have adapted a nanoelectric chip to drop to a temperature lower than three millikelvin—the closest anything’s ever gotten to …

The world’s first nuclear fusion plant is now halfway to ‘First Plasma’

Earlier this month, the director-general of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) announced that construction of the project …

New underwater discoveries in Greece reveal ancient Roman engineering

New archaeological excavations at the ancient port of Corinth have uncovered evidence of large-scale Roman engineering. Named Lechaion, the port was one of a pair that connected the city of ancient Corinth to Mediterranean trade networks. Lechaion is located on the Gulf of Corinth, while Kenchreai …

Archaeology

Glowing Plants Will Replace Lights, Make World Like 'Avatar', Says Study

"The vision is to make a plant that will function as a desk lamp."<p>During the nearly three-hour ride that is <i>Avatar</i>, James Cameron builds a strange …

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