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Dark matter and certainty

Does dark matter exist?

Is the universe simply a hologram? A projection up of quantum bits of information?

Is the universe we experience as reality simply a computer simulation on a quantum computer in a future nerd’s basement? 1,351 more words

Life, Faith, And Spirituality

Staying with Scientists, and Volcanos! 

Somewhat hungover, we wandered out of Yerevan in the general direction of Mt. Aragats. It was hot, and we were sluggish, but the hitching was relatively easy. 1,078 more words

On the Gentle Art #13

I must begin this post by offering my sincerest apologies to my readers. I have not written an article in this blog for too long a time, and maybe some of you think that I’ve caught the Blue-belt Blues. 922 more words

From Quanta: Women in STEM - "On a Hunt for a Ghost of a Particle" Janet Conrad

Quanta Magazine

Janet Conrad has a plan to catch the sterile neutrino — an elusive particle, possibly glimpsed by a number of experiments, that would upend what we know about the subatomic world. 2,639 more words


Logic being logical

As a part of my first semester in mechanical engineering, I have to do 5 credits in an introduction to computer engineering class. In this class, we’ve been working with Boolean algebra and have been creating simple circuits. 339 more words


Science Club

Science Club, a club for all science lovers who love biology, chemistry, and/or physics, regardless of skill level. It’s a very inclusive club and welcomes all students of all grades of all skill levels. 103 more words


Elements of a Physics for the 21st Century

an IOP public lecture by

Professor Werner Hofer

Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Wednesday 8 February 2017 at 6.30 pm

Stephen Langton Building (former EMMTEC) Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln… 479 more words