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2 hrs ago | Wireless Design & Development
In the quantum world, making the simple atom behave is one thing, but making the more complex molecule behave is another story.
6 hrs ago | ScienceBlogs
If you're making your weekly check of the ebook editions of my quantum book , you may have noticed a change: they're no longer sporting the original black cover you'll see in the right sidebar, but a new cover based on the smash hit UK edition .
10 hrs ago | ResearchBuzz
Ubuntu 14.10 Beta 1 has been released . The Feynman Lectures on Physics are now available in their entirety online and for free .
Submitted photo SRNS President and CEO Carol Johnson, right, talks with SNRS interns Rebecca Lewis, left, Michael Williams and Ansley Summer.
We're sure many of you experience some frustration when you go to certain areas of your house, only to find that WiFi in that particular area is either very bad or non-existent at all.
From Tom Bearden's website : NASA has conducted long-awaited experiments to prove that the fabled space drive, capable of generating its own thrust and breaking a fundamental law of physics, works.
A police hunt was launched last week after the parents of a child with a type of brain cancer called medulloblastoma removed him from Southampton General Hospital and fled to Spain.
With recent revelations of misconduct involving its research on so-called STAP cells, stem cell researcher Haruko Obokata and her employer, Riken Institute, have come under intense scrutiny and criticism.
On June 28, a group of Congressional representatives, led by Tim Bishop who represents Shelter Island, hosted a reception in East Hampton for a fellow congressman, Bill Foster of Illinois.
Ask professors about important physics lectures, and they'll probably point you toward Richard Feynman's famous 1964 talks.
I show how probabilities arise in quantum physics by exploring implications of environment - assisted invariance or envariance , a recently discovered symmetry exhibited by entangled quantum systems.
Long-term readers of Nanodot will be familiar with the work of Richard Jones, a UK physicist and author of Soft Machines: Nanotechnology and Life , reviewed in Foresight Update Number 55 page 10. Basically Jones follows Eric Drexler's lead in Engines of Creation in arguing that the molecular machinery found in nature provides an existence proof of ... (more)
Until the second half of the nineties, when the LEP collider started to be upgraded to investigate higher centre-of-mass energies of electron-positron collisions than those until then produced at the Z mass, the Higgs boson was not the main focus of experiments exploring the high-energy frontier.
What if our 4D Universe isn't actually 4D? Enter the holographic principle-the craziest thing you'll read about today.
What is the force that holds the universe together? What is the force that keeps atoms whirling around their nuclei? There have been many competing theories but physicist and Bible grifter Bryan Fischer announced to the world that he has discovered that force and it is Jesus Christ .
The Feynman Lectures on Physics are now available to read online. They are a great collection of lectures covering physics and touching on many areas including: the Mechanisms of Seeing , Semiconductors and Algebra .
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:43 pm
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