Physics in the News

Tuesday, July 7, 2014 Europe targets black holes with next big space mission via space.com Era of astronomical discovery: MIT professor helps detect gravitational waves via MIT Reinterpreting dark matter via spacedaily Droplets and pilot waves vs quantum mechanics via motls Don’t Blame Einstein! via mysteriousuniverse How NASA reinvented the tortilla, and other tales ofContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Monday, July 7, 2014 Fluids Flowing at the Nanoscale (VIDEO) via theepochtimes Solved: Signals Thought Originating from Habitable-Zone Planets (VIDEO) via dailygalaxy NASA OK’s spending on a new rocket built for deep space exploration via venturebeat Satellite X-ray observations reveal neutron star with donut-shaped magnetic field and axial wobble via phys.org Small, but plentiful: HowContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Sunday, July 6, 2014 Not quite beam me up, but Star Trek technology’s moved beyond science fiction via scmp A Bold Critic of the Big Bang’s ‘Smoking Gun’ via simonsfoundation Bruno Zumino Dies at 91; Sought to Tie Together Laws of Universe via nytimes Physicist Louis Del Monte believes that by 2045 machines will threatenContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Muscle powered Bio-bots walk on command(VIDEO) via phys.org ‘Deep learning’ makes search for exotic particles easier via phys.org 360 degree night sky time-lapse proves that Earth is beautiful via mashable Unknown Force May Alter Gravity at Cosmologically LargeScales via dailygalaxy Would Earth look like a habitable planet from afar? via phys.orgContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Friday, January 27, 2014 NASA: Sun’s corona much larger than previously thought via NASA   “Ant-stronauts” Aboard The International Space Station via NASA   This Superluminous Supernova Does Not Care About the Laws of Physics via motherboard.vice.com   NASA Just Detected Mysterious Signal 240 Million Light Years Away From Earth via NASA   Nearby AlienContinue reading “Physics in the News”