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Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past | Science News Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past | Science News
Ancient Islamic architects created perfect quasicrystals | Science News
Converting light to sound in cold quantum systems | Science News
Science Xplained: Football Physics | Science News
Magnetic Movie | Science News Magnetic Movie | Science News The secret lives of invisible magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic ever-changing geometries . All action takes place around NASA's Space Sciences Laboratories, UC Berkeley, to recordings of space scientists describing their discoveries . Actual VLF audio recordings control the evolution of the fields as they delve into our inaudible surroundings, revealing recurrent ‘whistlers' produced by fleeting electrons . Are we observing a series of scientific experiments, the universe in flux, or a documentary of a fictional world?.
Faster Than The Speed Of Light | Science News
The Beautiful Math Of Coral | Science News
The Brain and Reality | Science News
When Worlds Collide | Science News
[VIDEO] There is no pink light | Science News
New Discovery: Why the Most Massive Galaxies in Universe Suddenly Stopped Creating Stars Billions of Years Ago | Science News
Does antimatter weigh more than matter? Lab experiment to find out the answer | Science News
New Clues Into Moon's Magnetic Mystery Revealed | Science News
Scientists create first free-standing 3-D cloak | Science News
A galactic magnetic field in a lab bolsters astrophysical theory | Science News
Study supports role of quantum effects in photosynthesis | Science News
Rice lab mimics Jupiter's Trojan asteroids inside a single atom | Science News
Physicists Hope to Catch Neutrons in the Act of Jumping from Our Universe to Another | Popular Science | Science News Physicists Hope to Catch Neutrons in the Act of Jumping from Our Universe to Another | Popular Science | Science News The notion of multiple universes is one that cosmologists like to theorize about but generally don’t relish proving, mainly because doing so would be very difficult. But a team of researchers that showed a few years ago how matter might travel between our universe and others now think they ought to be able to observe this phenomenon in action using existing technology, lending credence to the multiverse theory. All they need is a neutron bottle, some neutrons, and a year.
Ultrafast magnetic processes observed 'live' using an X-ray laser | Science News
World's first magnetic soap produced | Science News
From planets to universes (part II) | plus.maths.org | Science News
From planets to universes (part I) | plus.maths.org | Science News
A new class of electron interactions in quantum systems | Science News
[VIDEO] - What is nothing? | Science News
Neutrons revive Heisenberg's first take on uncertainty - physicsworld.com | Science News Neutrons revive Heisenberg's first take on uncertainty - physicsworld.com | Science News J. Craig Venter may have just started a race to discover alien life on the Red Planet. Two high-profile entrepreneurs say they want to put a DNA sequencing machine on the surface of Mars in a bid to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life. In what could become a race for the first extraterrestrial genome, researcher J. Craig Venter said Tuesday that his Maryland academic institute and his company, Synthetic Genomics, would develop a machine capable of sequencing and beaming back DNA data from the planet.
8 Shocking Things We Learned From Stephen Hawking's Book | Theoretical Physics & Mysteries of the Universe | Grand Design Book & Cosmology | LiveScience | Science News 8 Shocking Things We Learned From Stephen Hawking's Book | Theoretical Physics & Mysteries of the Universe | Grand Design Book & Cosmology | LiveScience | Science News J. Craig Venter may have just started a race to discover alien life on the Red Planet. Two high-profile entrepreneurs say they want to put a DNA sequencing machine on the surface of Mars in a bid to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life. In what could become a race for the first extraterrestrial genome, researcher J. Craig Venter said Tuesday that his Maryland academic institute and his company, Synthetic Genomics, would develop a machine capable of sequencing and beaming back DNA data from the planet.
Why Does Our Universe Have Three Dimensions? | Science News
Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Quantum mechanics enables perfectly secure cloud computing | Science News Quantum mechanics enables perfectly secure cloud computing | Science News
How do snowflakes get their shape? | Science News How do snowflakes get their shape? | Science News Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Login Sign up Discover
Quantum computers, galaxies and Schroedinger's guinea pig | Science News
The Search for the Smallest Bits of Space [Video]: Scientific American | Science News
Quantum uncertainty: Are you certain, Mr. Heisenberg? | Science News
SMBC Physics: Why are stones round? feat. Zach Weiner | Science News SMBC Physics: Why are stones round? feat. Zach Weiner | Science News Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Login
A Theory That Explains Why Earth's Gravity Doesn't Crush Us All | Science News
Introducing the 'antimagnet' Introducing the 'antimagnet' Researchers in Spain have proposed a new type of invisibility cloak that could hide objects from magnetic fields. The cloak – which has not been built yet – is designed to have a dual effect. It ensures that a magnetic field generated inside the cloak does not leak outside, and it ensures that the cloak and its contents cannot be detected by an external magnetic field. If it can be realized as a practical device, the technology could prove useful in industrial applications that require specific magnetic environments.
How to turn darkness into light Quantum mechanics tells us that the vacuum is not empty but is filled with virtual particles that pop into and out of existence. Normally these particles are hidden from our view, but now a team of physicists has used the electrical equivalent of an ultrafast mirror to convert virtual photons into real electromagnetic radiation. Known as the dynamical Casimir effect, it was first predicted more than 40 years ago. How to turn darkness into light
Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Science fiction, science fact: reports from the frontiers of physics | plus.maths.org | Science News
Electron's negativity cut in half by supercomputer | Science News Sign up for Free Share ideas that matter and shine on the Web. I don't have a Facebook, a Twitter or a LinkedIn account Login