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Physicists Have Built A Time Machine Simulator

Physicists in Australia claim to have simulated time travel using fairly standard optical equipment on a lab bench. They say they have prepared photons that behave as if they are travelling along short cuts in space–time known as "closed time-like curves", and add that their work might help in the


Staying Dry in the world is covered by water

  Image source A team led by Professor optics including Chunlei Guo at the University of Rochester is responsible for innovation. Guo said the team first developed a super-hydrophilic metal surface a few years ago, so attractive to the water, which will run until the water against gravity. We do


Views the Large Hadron Collider on dark matter

  Image source   Once CERN has built a device that the world is steep, sometimes it is hot and whose content is empty, than in vacuum interplanetary space. CERN physicists believe supersymmetric particles can range from energy collisions that will be created in the upgraded LHC. Despite decades of


Atom Smasher Will Renew Hunt for Strange Particles in 2015

In 2015, the world's most powerful atom smasher, the Large Hadron Collider, will restart. The particle accelerator has already discovered the Higgs boson, the so-called "God particle," and when it comes back online after two years spent on upgrades, researchers suggest it could discover other kinds


Clocking the hot gas gushing from the Milky Way's core

Many galaxies are shooting material out of their cores, and in 2010 astronomers were surprised to discover that our galaxy was one of them, giving us a front-row seat on the phenomenon. They used the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope to detect two huge lobes of gamma ray–emitting gas that extend far


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