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Nature’s Funhouse Mirror: New Discovery May Explain the Confounding Asymmetry in the Proton

Graphical representation of the proton. The large spheres represent the three valence quarks, the small spheres represent the other quarks that make up the proton, and the springs represent the nuclear force holding them together. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory Asymmetry in the proton confounds physicists, but a new discovery may bring back old theories to […]

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Planet Earth Report –“Ancient Magnetic Field Reversal Caused Chaos for Life on Earth to New Portal to the Dark Sector”

“Planet Earth Report” provides descriptive links to headline news by leading science journalists about the extraordinary discoveries, technology, people, and events changing our knowledge of Planet Earth and the future of the human species. Until Recently, People Accepted the ‘Fact’ of Aliens in the Solar System, reports Scientific American –For centuries, right up until the […]

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Cygnus X-1 was the First Black Hole Ever Found. New Measurements Show it’s Much More Massive Than Previously Believed

In 1964 two Aerobee suborbital rockets were launched with the goal of mapping x-ray sources in the sky. Each rocket contained a directed Geiger counter, so that as the rocket rotated at the peak of its trajectory to measure the direction of x-ray sources. The project discovered eight x-ray sources, including a particularly bright one […]

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New Research Finds That Supermassive Black Holes Could Form From Dark Matter

Turbulent disk of gas churning around a black hole. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Jeremy Schnittman A new theoretical study has proposed a novel mechanism for the creation of supermassive black holes from dark matter. The international team find that rather than the conventional formation scenarios involving ‘normal’ matter, supermassive black holes could instead form […]

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Dark Matter Explained by Extra Dimension in Spacetime and a New Heavy Particle Similar to the Higgs Boson?

Simulation of a collision in the Large Hadron Collider, producing the Higgs boson. © 1997-2021 CERN (CC-BY-SA-4.0) Credit: University of Granada An international team of scientists proposes a new heavy particle with properties similar to those of the Higgs boson. Unlike the Higgs boson, discovered at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider in 2012 after a 40-year […]

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‘Debris’ revealed: Take a 1st look at NBC’s new sci-fi alien drama

[embedded content] Better don a hardhat and duck! Dropping out of the sky and landing on NBC next month, “Debris” is a new UFO mystery series with a serious paranormal pedigree. The peacock network has recently delivered the first teaser trailer and key art to entice springtime viewers. This intriguing otherworldly thriller originates from J.H. […]

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New Material Breakthrough for Stable High-Voltage Long-Life Solid-State Batteries

A team of researchers designed and manufactured a new sodium-ion conductor for solid-state sodium-ion batteries that is stable when incorporated into higher-voltage oxide cathodes. This new solid electrolyte could dramatically improve the efficiency and lifespan of this class of batteries. A proof of concept battery built with the new material lasted over 1000 cycles while […]

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New Wearable Device Turns Your Body Into a Biological Battery

A thermoelectric power generator worn as a ring. Credit: Xiao Lab Researchers at CU Boulder have developed a new, low-cost wearable device that transforms the human body into a biological battery.  The device, described in the journal Science Advances, is stretchy enough that you can wear it like a ring, a bracelet or any other accessory […]

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40 beached whales ‘refloated’ in New Zealand

Hundreds of people in New Zealand worked together to successfully “refloat” 40 long-finned pilot whales that stranded on a remote beach, meaning they returned the animals to open water, The Associated Press (AP) reported. The whales did not swim out into the deeper ocean, however, so some conservationists are worried that the animals may beach […]

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New Map of Solar Neighborhood Reveals That Binary Stars Are All Around Us

Gaia survey provides location and motion of 1.3 million binary pairs within 3,000 light years of Earth. The latest star data from the Gaia space observatory has for the first time allowed astronomers to generate a massive 3D atlas of widely separated binary stars within about 3,000 light years of Earth — 1.3 million of […]

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