Absent from the visible spectrum and neither a wave nor a particle, the color pink is, for many, a scientific enigma: how can a shade that doesn't even appear in the rainbow exist? The answer lies in color theory.
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In a Scientific American essay based on their new book , Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow are now claiming physicists may never find a theory of everything. Instead, they propose a "family of interconnected theories" might emerge, with each descr...
Thunderstorms have been shown to create positrons and send them to space. As the late, great, Johnny Carson of the Tonight Show used to say, "That is some weird, wild, stuff". NASA̵...
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YouTube video collaboration by Earth Unplugged with Steve Mould to answer an odd physics phenomenon
Astrophysicists using high-powered computer simulartions demonstrate that gas spiraling toward a black hole inevitably results in X-ray emissions.
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Physicists are stretching, stripping and contorting atoms to new and bizarre limits.
A new invisibility cloak for data can make information vanish by creating holes in time, new research suggests
MIT Media Lab's Camera Culture group in collaboration with Bawendi Lab in the Department of Chemistry at MIT developed a digital camera capable of capturing data so quickly that we can actually watch light itself unfold in slow motion. Researchers cl...
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