On November 10, 2013 In Astronomy, Big Bang, Climate Change, Education, Einstein, History, Inventions, Multiverse, Nonfiction Reviews, quantum levitation, Relativity, Standard Model, String Theory, Universe
A2 + B2 = C2 and E = mc2 and these = more than you think. So is the premise behind In Pursuit of the Unknown: 17 Equations that Changed the World, which aims to bring the mystifying world of mathematics into the world the knowns.
What could be more earth-shattering in the physics world than discovering that the foundation of physics is wrong? How should scientists react to a study that turns Einstein’s theories upside down? The discovery of neutrinos traveling faster than the speed of light became that moment of 2011. Before there was even a chance for
Another Earth is a beautiful movie that asks the viewer to take a leap into a universe that may not be plausible, but where the individuals are very real.
Most people tend to think of the universe as enclosed and including everything there is...We are on a planet that is part of the solar system. That solar system is part of a galaxy and that galaxy is part of a universe of galaxies. That is everything. Many scientists suggest, however, that our universe