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Astrophysicists have discovered one of the fastest stars in our galaxy

According to astronomers, most stars slowly rotating around the galactic center with a speed of 100 kilometers per second. However, this rule there are exceptions. Over the past few decades scientists have discovered in our galaxy...

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2019-03-24

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Superconducting nanowires are planning to use to search for dark matter

One of the greatest scientific research of our time is the hunt for dark matter. Physicists believe that this substance fills the universe and think you can see evidence of this in how to spin the galaxy. The fact that galaxies ro...

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2019-03-21

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Remember, the scientists turned the clock back? So, it was not

If you believe everything you read on the Internet (including us), quantum physicists are to be congratulated. Sounds cool: scientists (and even Russian) . Direct Back to the future. It all started with an article in Scientific Re...

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2019-03-17

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Russian scientists were able to turn back time

Scientists from the Moscow physical-technical Institute, together with colleagues from the USA and Switzerland had , which successfully made a quantum computer to return to a state of the past. Brief findings of a study which desc...

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2019-03-14

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Quantum experiments have shown that the objective reality does not exist

in 1961, physicist and Nobel laureate Eugene Wigner presented a thought experiment which demonstrated one of the least known of the paradoxes of quantum mechanics. The experiment shows how strange nature of the universe allows two...

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2019-03-13

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Multiverse can be a part of a deeper reality — a unique and quite understandable

"the Most incomprehensible thing in the universe is that it is clear", once said albert Einstein. These days, however, the Universe is difficult to call a clear or even unique. Fundamental physics is experiencing a crisis associat...

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2019-03-12

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Astronomers were able to explain the mysterious radio message from space

somewhere in the beginning of this year Brian Metzger realized that he was by himself — no incoming messages, no lessons — and that maybe, just maybe he got the answer to one of the most persistent mysteries of astronomy. He flew ...

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2019-03-11

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Quantum computers. Why them yet, although they already have?

Fifty years ago, smartphones would have seemed absolutely magical computers. Just as classical computers have been almost unimaginable to previous generations, today we are facing the birth of an entirely new type of computing: so...

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2019-03-09

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There's new evidence that the sound still carries weight

a Trio of scientists at Columbia University have discovered new evidence that sound waves carry a lot. In his article published in the journal Physical Review Letters, Angelo Esposito, Rafael Krichevsky and Alberto Nicolis describ...

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2019-03-06

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Physics of extraterrestrial life: aliens should be similar to earthlings

By the end of this century, says astrophysicist Martin Rees, we need to answer the question, we live in a multiverse or not, and how different the laws of physics in its constituent universes. The answer to this question, accordin...

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2019-02-23

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The answers to the greatest problems of science: how far we've come?

About the nature of the Universe itself, much is unknown. It is the curiosity inherent in the people, leading to the search for answers to these questions, and moves science forward. We already have an incredible amount of knowled...

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2019-02-21

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The oldest Nobel laureate has created a source of cheap electricity

In 2018, the Nobel prize in physics was 96-year-old Arthur Ashkin. He was awarded for the invention of optical tweezers, allowing you to hold microscopic objects by size using a laser light. As it turned out, it's not only his ide...

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2019-01-28

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The best place to search for dark matter can be the bowels of the Earth

Nearly two dozen underground labs around the world, lined with vats of liquid or blocks of metal and semiconductors, scientists are looking for traces of dark matter. Their experiments are getting harder and harder, and the search...

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2019-01-20

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Scientists: Use black holes for space travel, but only with caution

One of the most interesting themes in modern science fiction is the concept of using black holes as portals to another universe, time or dimension. Many astrophysicists claim that in these terms is simply impossible. However, a gr...

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2019-01-10

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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The new model of the Universe explain dark energy

Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden have proposed a new model of the Universe, capable, in their opinion, to solve the mystery of dark energy, which according to many theoretical physicists, responsible for the expansion...

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2018-12-31

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Scientists have achieved superconductivity at record high temperatures

from school lessons of physics we know that an electric current flowing through a conductor meets with resistance. Because of this, a lot of energy is expended for nothing, but in 1911, scientists have noticed a strange feature of...

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2018-12-14

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Smallest particles. How are they fundamental?

what is at the most basic, fundamental level? Is there a smallest possible brick or set of bricks from which you can build literally everything in our Universe that cannot be divided into something smaller? To this question scienc...

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2018-12-13

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The large hadron Collider closes for two years

the world's Most powerful particle accelerator went silent. 3 December 2018 particles made its last run, finished the last round at the Large hadron Collider, after which the scientists switched off the machine for two years for s...

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2018-12-04

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