Sending Energy With Quantum Entanglement
The Quantum World Is Weird, and Now It Seems Even Crazier Than We Thought. Our brains evolved to understand a narrow slice of the universe, and anything outside of this slice seems bizarre. We intuitively grasp the flight of a spear, a running gazelle, or about how long it should take to cross the mountains and return home. All of these were needed to survive in our particular environment and in our particular slice. But something like a galaxy warping spacetime, light behaving as both a particle and a wave, or the behavior of quarks might snap our brains in half if we think about it too long. We simply don’t interact with the universe on those scales.
Cosmic Conundrum: The Fermi Paradox and the Search for Alien Life
Fermi Paradox: Is there anybody out there?Photo byBreaking Through NewsWritten by: Michael Phillips. Staunton, VA: The Fermi Paradox is a captivating enigma that has perplexed scientists, astronomers, and the general public alike. At its core, the paradox grapples with the seeming contradiction between the high probability of extraterrestrial civilizations existing in the universe and the apparent lack of evidence or contact with such civilizations. Understanding the Fermi Paradox and its implications is essential, as it delves into the profound question of whether humanity is alone in the cosmos.
What Will Happen If the Sun Explodes Tomorrow?
The vastness of our universe is beyond comprehension. Imagine the longest beach in this world and pick up a handful of sand. That handful represents our galaxy. Now, pick a single grain of sand from that handful, and that is our planet Earth. To put it into perspective, a human being would likely be equal to an atom within that grain of sand. In the grand scheme of things, life is insignificant.
Mysterious Blue Spiral Light Spotted Over Hawaii Skies - NASA Blames SpaceX, Questions Remain...
US Government: Phenomenon Caused by SpaceX Launch, however many remain unconvinced. Residents of Hawaii were left stunned on the evening of February 1st, 2023, as a strange blue spiral light appeared in the sky. The unusual event was captured on video by witnesses and quickly went viral on social media platforms. The spiral light was reported to have lasted for several minutes before disappearing, leaving behind many questions and speculations about what could have caused it. Some people have even suggested that the blue spiral was caused by an extraterrestrial presence. The government of the United States has suggested that the phenomenon was caused by a SpaceX launch earlier in the day.
Can Particles Be Created From Empty Space?
Empty space is often seen as something uninteresting or unexciting. But it turns out that empty space (the vacuum) is one of the the most nontrivial parts of quantum field theory. In order to know what happens in the vacuum, and if particles can be created from it, we need to take a closer look at a combination of two theories that describe things from particle collisions to galaxy collisions. We need to take a look at quantum field theory on curved spacetime.
Astronomers Discovered an Exoplanet 752 Times Greater Than Jupiter
When it comes to the vast expanse of the universe, there are few things as awe-inspiring as the sheer size of certain celestial bodies. In our own solar system, Jupiter holds the title of the largest planet, with a radius of over 43,000 miles and the ability to fit approximately 1300 Earths inside of it.
Newton Didn’t Discover Gravity
Gravity is a radially central concept in classical mechanics. It is one of the 2 fundamental forces that we have direct access to which is why gravity was the first of these forces to be understood in a mathematical way. For most people, the history of gravity starts with Newton, but it turns out that the apple falls farther from the tree — gravity was actually known about for centuries before Newton.
The CIA’s Secret Time Travel Experiment
Declassified documents tell an interesting story…. A 29-page document was classified as “Secret” by the CIA. However, it was declassified in 2003 after twenty years of being hidden from the public.
During a snowy day of winter in Sweden, Lise explains nuclear fire
Imagine you are a crucial person in the discovery of something in nature of historic proportions. How would you feel that you have trodden on the soil where nobody in the history of humanity has trespassed? What an honor and joy to discover something about nature that is new to our quest for knowledge. The obstacles in life seem unimportant during those moments of great discoveries. This is precisely what many scientists have experienced in their journey to understanding, among them, Madame professor Lise Meitner (Lise is pronounced "Leeza") (1878 - 1968), the discoverer of nuclear fission, an Austrian-Swedish physicist with Jewish ancestry working in Nazi Germany with chemist Otto Hahn (1879 - 1968). Unfortunately, Hahn was the only one who received the Nobel prize (in Chemistry) for this momentous discovery of splitting the atom and the German military began looking into it in April 1939, long before the Allies (Overlooked Achievement: The Life of Lise Meitner, lecture by Ruth Lewin Sime). If it was up to me, Lise deserves a posthumous Nobel Prize.
The Best Way to Drink Champagne, According to Science
I studied ice cream for my PhD, which I thought was pretty cool until I came across this lab that was investigating the best way to drink Champagne. That’s when I got a little jealous.
Will you survive if you dived from an airplane into the sea?
You might have often wondered what would happen if you fall from a plane without a parachute into the sea. Falling into the land from a plane would undoubtedly lead to death, but one would wonder if falling into the sea instead of land would make any difference.
Science Claims to Have Solved the Mystery of Consciousness
One of science’s most enduring questions has been answered, according to two researchers. This article is based on accredited medical, science, and media reports. Disclaimer: I am not a scientist. I will share knowledge but will offer no personal opinion on this matter herein.
Opinion: Was Newton Wrong About Gravity?
After standing strong for more than 300 years, Newton’s law of universal gravitation might need an update. Newton published the law of universal gravitation in his 1687 Naturalis Principia Mathematica, and it quickly became one of the most important stones on which physics is built. It explains just about everything we can see, from the flight of a ball through the air to the movement of planets. However, some modern physicists have a good reason to question it.
Dark Matter Fools Us Yet Again
We just can’t figure out dark matter. It solvesa lotof cosmological mysteries, yet it continues to elude some of our best predictions. Dark matter continues to be one of the universe's biggest mysteries.Greg Rakozy.
Egypt's Extraterrestrial Stone Becomes the First Evidence of a Supernova on Earth
Samples of the extraterrestrial Hypatia stone next to a small coinUniversity of Johannesburg. After a recently concluded analysis, scientists now claim an extra-terrestrial stone found 25 years ago in an Egyptian desert is the first evidence on earth of a rare supernova explosion outside of our solar system. Researchers from the University of Johannesburg’s science faculty have concluded that the space rock, which they named “Hypatia,” is a remnant of a type la supernova.
NASA Baffled as Data From Space Telescope Indicates Something Weird Is Happening to the Universe
Named after the astronomer Edwin Hubble, the Hubble Space Telescope was built in the 1970s by the United States Space Agency (NASA) with the financial backing of the European Space Agency. The Hubble Space Telescope was launched in 1990 into the Earth’s low orbit, making it a critical research tool for scientists.
Scientists From Europe, Canada, and the U.S. Claim Time Travel is Theoretically Possible
Researchers from the University of Queensland opined on the matter in late-2020. U.S. counterparts have taken Europe’s research several steps further. This article is based on technology and science postings, and related media reports. All linked information within this article is fully-attributed to the following outlets:The University of Queensland, Business Insider, IFL Science, Germain Tobar, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Google.com, Space.com, NASA.gov, and Wikipedia.org.
FTL Travel and the Rear of the Moon
For our first demonstration you will need your cat, a laser pointer and the Moon. Place your cat on the Moon. (Take necessary precautions to ensure the well-being of your cat.) Fire up the laser pointer and point it towards the Moon. (You will need a strong battery or a stronger imagination. Both, if you have them.)
Professor Brian Cox Will Be Coming to Salt Lake City
Professor Brian Cox(Image from stubhub website) People who enjoy science and humor may want to try catching the performance of Professor Brian Cox in Salt Lake City. Professor Brian Cox will do his show one night in Utah on Wednesday May 18, 2022, at 7:00 PM at the George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theatre located at 131 South Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City.
Gravity is the Universe’s Problem Child
“You dig deeper and it gets more and more complicated, and you get confused, and it’s tricky and it’s hard, but it is beautiful.” -Brian Cox. (AlexAntropov86 from Pixabay)