Thursday, December 14, 2017
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Watching 25,000 Dice Neatly Arrange Themselves Shouldn’t Be This Fascinating

It's the simplest trick in the pantry - pour sugar into a jar, run out of space, then tap the jar on a table...

Physicists Have Demonstrated That ‘Impossible’ Tetraquarks Can Exist After All

An exotic kind of particle so mysterious that it was suspected to be impossible has finally been identified by physicists - and not just...

Our Love For Fried Food Could Have a Surprising Effect on...

Thanksgiving revelers who deep fried their turkeys may have had a measurable effect on more than just their scales.According to a team of European...

Space Dust Really Can Transport Life From Star to Star

The hypothesis of Panspermia states that life exists through the cosmos, and is distributed between planets, stars and even galaxies by asteroids, comets, meteors...

Earth’s Absorption of Ghost-Like Neutrinos Has Been Measured For The First...

Neutrinos have a reputation for playing hard to get. Tiny, sub-atomic particles that have no charge and close to zero mass, they usually slip...

Breaking: Thunderstorms Observed Triggering Nuclear Reactions in The Sky

For the first time, scientists have witnessed lightning triggering nuclear reactions in the atmosphere, confirming a hypothesis dating back almost a century.It's long been...

We Might Finally Know Why Pluto Is So Much Colder Than...

When the New Horizons spacecraft arrived at Pluto in 2015, the probe revealed the dwarf planet's true nature: Pluto is a frozen lump, sure,...

Earth Is Getting Hit by Too Much Anti-Matter, And Nobody Knows...

Amid the high speed cosmic rays raining down on us from the depths of space are a handful of antimatter particles called positrons.Astronomers think...

We Finally Know What Creates These Eerie Whistling Sounds in Space

Using data from two different satellites, astronomers have linked an eerie-sounding phenomenon called a whistler mode chorus to sudden bursts of electrons in the...

Physicists Are Running Out of Places to Look For Mysterious Dark...

Dark matter continues to be an itch particle physicists just can't scratch. Whatever is tugging at the Universe's more visible material, it just doesn't...