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The Tallest, Smallest, and Oldest Science of 2019

♪♪♪ Sometimes science means looking for the extremes — the biggest, smallest, oldest, and furthest. 2019 was no different. Here are three of the science-est things we found this year. First up, in June, scientists published a letter in the journal Nature announcing they’d found microscopic fossils of what might be the world’s oldest fungus. […]

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Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

Roger Penrose on Mathematical Physics

I’m Roger Penrose Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford The subject of Physics very much depends on mathematics and we have extremely good equations, theories to describe vast ranges of physical activity I mean, how particles move, how bodies move going back to Newton most of what we know about […]

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We May Have Just Found the Strongest Material in the Universe

It turns out the strongest material in the universe isn’t steel, it isn’t graphene, and it’s not even that ever-so fictional vibranium. It’s….pasta? Nuclear pasta to be exact. Ok it’s not actually pasta, but it is a material so dense that it’s approximately 10 billion times stronger than steel. And yes, scientists have named it […]

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String Theory Explained – What is The True Nature of Reality?

String Theory Explained – What is The True Nature of Reality?

What is the true nature of the universe? To answer this question, humans come up with stories to describe the world. We test our stories and learn what to keep and what to throw away. But the more we learn, the more complicated and weird our stories become. Some of them so much so, that […]

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Cosmic Electric Currents Becoming Accepted Science | Space News

Cosmic Electric Currents Becoming Accepted Science | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at Thunderbolts.info In recent years, a profound development has been unfolding in astrophysics, the inevitable acknowledgement of tremendous electric currents at the largest cosmic scales. One of the most stupendous electromagnetic cosmic phenomena is the collimated, light years long, jets […]

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