rr loftinadded this to Physical ScienceFlipboardIcon version of the Flipboard logo Secret of Dark Matter –“Enormous Beacon and Planet-Sized Particles”dailygalaxy.com Posted on Jun 18, 2019 in Astronomy, Cosmology, Featured Articles, Physics, Science, Space “We tend to think about particles as being tiny but, …

rr loftinadded this to Physical ScienceScience Which Should Come First in Physics: Theory or Experiment?scientificamerican.com - Grigoris Panoutsopoulos, Frank Zimmermann The discovery of the Higgs particle at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) over half a decade ago marked a milestone in the long journey towards …

rr loftinadded this to IdeasAmerican Philosophy John Rawls and the Foundations of Liberalismarcdigital.media - Berny Belvedere Criticism of John Rawls (1921–2002), the greatest political theorist of the 20th century, is an industry unto itself. This is fine, of course—in …

rr loftinadded this to Data SciencesProbability Basic Statistics Every Data Scientist Should Knowmedium.com - SeattleDataGuy Data science, Sigma Six, analytics, and business intelligence are all different sides of a multi-sided polygon. Each has different tools, …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsHIV Science’s Significant Stats Problemmedium.com - Nautilus By Tom Siegfried In 2009, researchers working in Thailand made headlines with a small success in a trial of an HIV vaccine. It reduced the rate of …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesGalaxies Scientists Discover Space’s Largest Intergalactic Bridge, Solving A Huge Dark Matter Puzzlemedium.com - Ethan Siegel Imagine the largest cosmic smashup you can. Take the largest gravitationally bound structures we know of — enormous galaxy clusters that might …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesGalaxies No, This Is Not A Hole In The Universemedium.com - Ethan Siegel Somewhere, far away, if you believe what you read, there’s a hole in the Universe. There’s a region of space so large and empty, a billion …

rr loftinadded this to Physical ScienceMIT MIT Creates Lasers That Whisper in Your Earmedium.com - ExtremeTech by Ryan Whitwam How do you whisper to someone across the room? With lasers, of course. MIT has developed a system using lasers to transmit audio …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesPhotons The 3 ways that parallel Universes could be realmedium.com - Ethan Siegel The idea that things exist in a particular, well-defined state at all times where their properties can be determined so long as you can measure them …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesHabitats Apollo-Era Tremors Reveal a Dynamic, Active Moonmedium.com - Scientific American By Rebecca Boyle On December 12, 1972, Gene Cernan parked his moon buggy in the southeastern edge of the Sea of Serenity, in a valley named …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesUniverse Did Time Have A Beginning?medium.com - Ethan Siegel When we look at the Universe today, we know with an extraordinary amount of scientific certainty that it wasn’t simply created as-is, but evolved to …

rr loftinadded this to Data Sciences What 70% of Data Science Learners Do Wrongtowardsdatascience.com - Dan Becker Lessons Learned from Repeatedly Smashing My Head With a 2-Meter Long Metal Pole For A College Engineering Course I actively searched for hard and …

rr loftinadded this to Data SciencesSql The Data Science Interview Study Guidemedium.com - SeattleDataGuy Data science interviews, like other technical interviews, require plenty of preparation. There are a number of subjects that need to be covered in …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesDark Matter Scientists Propose New Candidate for Dark Mattermedium.com - ExtremeTech by Ryan Whitwam Scientists have observed many distant objects with instruments like Hubble and the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, but everything …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsDNA The Odds of Innocencemedium.com - Nautilus By Coralie Colmez and Leila Schneps Genetic material is the smoking gun of the modern crime scene. Juries in criminal trials are often encouraged to …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsProbability The Man Who Invented Modern Probabilitymedium.com - Nautilus By Slava Gerovitch If two statisticians were to lose each other in an infinite forest, the first thing they would do is get drunk. That way, they …

rr loftinadded this to Physical ScienceQuantum Physics Predicting the leaps of Schrödinger’s Catmedium.com - Robert Lea Yale researchers have figured out how to catch and save Schrödinger’s famous cat, the symbol of quantum superposition and unpredictability, by …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsMathematics The Beauties Hidden in Pi(π)medium.com - Ali Kayaspor It was finally the weekend! After my long mathematics presentation, I came home to watch my favorite tv show, Person of Interest, to de-stress. …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsMachine Learning Calculus — Multivariate Calculus And Machine Learningmedium.com - Farhad Malik Calculus plays a vital role in Machine Learning projects. In this article, I am going to provide: We are often faced with problems whereby we are …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesTelescopes Exotic matter in Sun’s atmosphere exploredmedium.com - Robert Lea The team — comprised of scientists from France and Ireland — used large radio telescopes and ultraviolet cameras on a NASA spacecraft to better …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesNASA SpaceX Falcon Heavy Will Launch NASA Probe to Study Space Radiationspace.com - Passant Rabie To help protect satellites in space, NASA is exposing a small spacecraft to a whole lot of space radiation. NASA's Space Environment Testbeds (SET) …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesSpacecraft New Horizons aiming toward next targetearthsky.org - By Deborah Byrd On Sunday, the craft that explored Pluto successfully executed the 2nd of 4 maneuvers designed to aim it toward a small Kuiper Belt object called …

rr loftinadded this to Medical ScienceScience The cholera bacterium's 3-in-1 toolkit for life in the oceanphys.org - Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne Bacteria are the most abundant form of life on Earth. The ocean is highly abundant with small particles and debris, some inert, some highly …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesHubble Space Telescope This Gorgeous Spiral Galaxy Photo May Hold Clues About Our Milky Way's Inner Workingsspace.com - Elizabeth Howell A beautiful new Hubble Space Telescope image of a barred spiral galaxy shows a scene similar to what outside observers might see when they look at …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesApollo Missions Apollo 11 at 50: A Complete Guide to the Historic Moon Landing Missionspace.com - Chelsea Gohd On July 20, 1969, 600 million people watched with anxious excitement as Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. took their first steps on …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical Topics Ada Batz Prime Number Theorem:medium.com - Bob Batz I decided to publish this current draft of my theorem here on Medium for some initial feedback from those I have invited to review it. I’m …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsParadoxes When Math Doesn’t Work: Paradoxesmedium.com - Andrew Oliver When I was first introduced to Math, I loved the lack of ambiguity. 1+1 = 2 no matter what. In grade school and high school, Math became more …

rr loftinadded this to The IrrationalFlat Earth Society The Psychology of Flat Earthersmedium.com - Rob Marchant Flat Earthers have a tendency to evoke a great deal of condescension in people. Wry grins are accompanied by snorts and scoffs, all wrapped up in a …

rr loftinadded this to Mathematical TopicsElectrical Engineering How To Make Pi (Part 1)medium.com - Andrew Oliver On Pi Day of this year, Emma Haruka Iwao calculated pi to 31 trillion digits, dwarfing the previous record of 22 trillion digits. And since the 6th …

rr loftinadded this to Space SciencesOSIRIS-REx OSIRIS-REx Reveals Secrets of Bennu — The Doomed Asteroidmedium.com - The Cosmic Companion The OSIRIS-REx spacecraft launched from Earth on September 8, 2016, headed for the asteroid Bennu. If all goes according to plan, the mission will …