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What Does It MEAN?!

Here I am at the end of the Universe all alone, wondering what life has in store.

It still amazes me that the cells of my brain are made up of infinitely smaller particles that I in no way can see nor touch, yet I know they are there because it has been observed many times over. 2,077 more words


Professor Leonard Susskind

So, the dark energy is not exactly zero, but the first 122 decimal points are zero. That’s crazy. That is really one of the craziest things we’ve ever discovered. 19,100 more words


New, simple theory may explain mysterious dark matter

“There are a great many different theories about the nature of dark matter. What I like about this theory is its simplicity, uniqueness and the fact that it can be tested,” said Scherrer. 11 more words

If We Only Had a Brane, Wait We Do!

Halos(From a Good Website)

Halos are optical phenomena caused by external reflection and internal refraction of light through evenly shaped and oriented ice crystals in the atmosphere. 211 more words


Dark Matter

Journalist: When physicists do not know what the universe is made of they make the universe made of what they know.

Doctor of Physics: Wrong. When physicists do not know what the universe is made of they make the universe made of what they do not know.


Black Frost 5 At The Meeting

Chapter 5 Team Meeting

James and Doctor Fofna sat down as the other administration and scientists filed in.

Sara tapped on her glass as soon as her phone beeped the top of the hour. 528 more words

Fiction- Literary Fiction

Neil deGrasse Tyson in 'The Inexplicable Universe'

If you’re enjoying the Cosmos series, you might enjoy these lectures by Neil deGrasse Tyson, which I discovered yesterday is now on Netflix.  The lectures are fairly far ranging covering things like string theory, dark matter, dark energy, gravitational anomalies, and many other things. 61 more words