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Hubble Maps the Cosmic Web of "Clumpy" Dark Matter in 3-D

Three-Dimensional Distribution of Dark Matter in the Universe This three-dimensional map offers a first look at the web-like large-scale distribution of dark matter, an invisible form of matter that accounts for most of the universe’s mass. This milestone takes astronomers … Continue reading

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The Sun’s Before Us

The Cosmic Ray of Creation We are “shadows” of the Sun’s creations. Sometimes it good to go back to “the beginning” so that one can see the context of what exists in reality, has a much “greater story to tell” … Continue reading

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Wolf-Rayet star

While I have started off with the definition of the Wolf-Rayet star, the post ends in understanding the aspects of gravity and it’s affects, as we look at what has become of these Wolf-Rayet stars in their desimination of it’s … Continue reading

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Central Theme is the Sun

A lot of times people do not understand the effects something can have and after we see these effects, we wonder how did we ever miss the importance of what layed underneath this process in Physics. Richard Feynman-Dancing With Neutrinos-Nova … Continue reading

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From Modelling to Experimentation?

Moving to higher energies, the expected fluxes of neutrinos become smaller, that even a cubic kilometer detector is not able to detect them. Larger volumes can be achieved by replacing optical sensors by acoustic detection. The reason is that acoustic … Continue reading

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Nobel Prize in Physics goes too?

AP George F. Smoot, physicist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California, (l), and John C. Mather, physicist at NASA Goddard Laboratory for Astronomy and Solar Physics, (r), joint winners of 2006 Nobel Prize for Physics. Oct. 3 – Americans John … Continue reading

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Dark Matter Discovery Announced by Nasa

Q relayed some information between B and Sean, so I thought I would follow up. One thing that is forefront of my mind here, is lensing, and how photonic expression of the event is govern by the inclinations of gravity. … Continue reading

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High Energy Particle Creations: PLacing the Universe into Perspective?

“String theory and other possibilities can distort the relative numbers of ‘down’ and ‘up’ neutrinos,” said Jonathan Feng, associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UC Irvine. “For example, extra dimensions may cause neutrinos to create microscopic … Continue reading

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Pulsars and Cerenkov Radiation

Of course, I could be mistaken making such assumptions. Scientists May Soon Have Evidence for Exotic Predictions of String Theoryissued by Northeaster University “String theory and other possibilities can distort the relative numbers of ‘down’ and ‘up’ neutrinos,” said Jonathan … Continue reading

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How Particles Came to be?

The First Few Microseconds, by Michael Riordan and Willaim A. Zajc For the past five years, hundreds of scientists have been using a powerful new atom smasher at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island to mimic conditions that existed at … Continue reading

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