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Super Blue Berry: The Natural World’s Most Intense Color. All images: Vignolini et al.

Super Blue Berry: The Natural World’s Most Intense Color

Kozyrev’s Mirrors. Kozyrev’s Mirrors and Electromagnetic Null Zones:Reflections of Russian Cosmic Science Interview with Alexander V.

Kozyrev’s Mirrors

Trofimov, MDby Carol Hiltner IMAGINE STANDING UNDER A VAST, SCINTILLATING AURORA BOREALIS, and seeing it change colors as you changed your thoughts. This exact situation led Russian medical doctor Alexander V. Mirrorbox: The Story of How Art Became Science. Home - Center for Quantum Activism. The SNO Homepage. Science/Engineering/Technical forums. Science.

Materials’ light tricks may soon extend to doing math. Tiny structures that use light waves to perform ultrafast complex mathematical operations could be built from available materials, a new computer simulation suggests.

Materials’ light tricks may soon extend to doing math

The study could soon lead to new metamaterials, human-made materials that manipulate light in surprising ways. In previous experiments, scientists have used metamaterials to create invisibility cloaks that bend light waves around objects (SN 8/27/11, p. 16). Nader Engheta, an electrical engineer at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, took metamaterials in a new direction in 2012, when he and colleagues made circuit elements that process light waves the way resistors and capacitors process electric currents. Such elements could be far smaller and faster than current electrical circuit parts. In the new study, Engheta and colleagues designed materials to use light to do more sophisticated calculations, mathematical operations familiar to anyone who has studied calculus.

Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram. Artist's impression by Markus Gann/Shutterstock At a black hole, Albert Einstein's theory of gravity apparently clashes with quantum physics, but that conflict could be solved if the Universe were a holographic projection.

Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram

A team of physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be just one big projection. Cyberpunk Review. Thunderbolts of the Gods [Archive] - Cosmoquest Forum. Without reading the book I cannot say much but it seems pretty far out to me.

thunderbolts of the Gods [Archive] - Cosmoquest Forum

I would like to know how they try to prove this theory. Seems to me that is the planets were "looming" over us, then we would be subjected to intense gravitational tides, Radiation, dodging their moons etc. The Unconventional Views of James M. McCanney. The Gravitics Situation. SVP Universal Cosmology - Part 1 of 17. The Scientist Magazine®

Generators. Charybdis is designed to simulate the production and decay of black holes in hadron collider experiments, according to theories with TeV-scale gravity and extra spatial dimensions.


The production of the black hole is assumed to take place with a basically geometrical cross section. The decay then takes place via Hawking radiation using the D-dimensional grey-body factors. There is now a new version of Charybdis including many new physics features which can be obtained here and we recommend for all new physics studies.

The Tesla Mystique. Nikola Tesla, The Philadelphia Experiment, HAARP and Other Folklore Article by George B.

The Tesla Mystique

Trinkaus, © 2008. Republished with permission. Despite his obscurity, the greatest genius of all time was Nikola Tesla. Geniuses like Tesla and Einstein come along only every 50 years or so. Tesla was a humanitarian idealist consumed by a passion to save the world from poverty and war. The Borderland of Science. This day being July 10, 2012, we take a moment now to mark the birth of Nikola Tesla, a man who is known by many for his work in the development of Alternating Current, for his quirks of character, for being an “enemy” of Thomas Edison, and for being a vampire on a science-fiction television program.

The Borderland of Science

Hailed as a “geek icon”, Tesla may be more well-known today than any time since his death, but how many are interested in the work he was actually pioneering on the borderland of science, work that is now largely relegated to the fringe? While we may applaud his development of alternating current and radio, or marvel at the effects of Tesla coils and plasma lamps, these must be seen as the beginnings, and not the ending, of what are Tesla’s great contributions to science and society, and there is much left to be learned from his research.

Journal of Borderland Research. Home. Max Planck. As a man who has devoted his whole life to the most clearheaded science, to the study of matter, I can tell you as a result of my research about the atoms this much: There is no matter as such!

Max Planck

All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particles of an atom to vibration and holds this most minute solar system of the atom together. . . . We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter. In the last analysis, we ourselves are part of nature and therefore part of the mystery that we are trying to solve.

New scientificideas never spring from a communal body, however organized, but rather from the head of an individually inspired researcher who struggles with his problems in lonely thought and unites all his thought on one single point which is his whole world for the moment. Quotes[edit] —Das Wesen der Materie (The Nature of Matter), a 1944 speech in Florence, Italy. Misattributed[edit]