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November 24, 2015
NIST team proves 'spooky action at a distance' is really real
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Einstein was wrong about at least one thing: There are, in fact, "spooky actions at a distance," as now proven by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Einstein used that term to refer to quantum mechanics, which describes the curious behavior of the smallest particles of matter and light. He was referring, specifically, to entanglement, the idea that two physically separated particles can have correlated properties, with values that are uncertain until they are ... read more

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Jet streams emanating or pulsing outward from stellar objects are often the result of rotational forces. Spinning has long been the explanation for the jets of black holes. ... more
Discovery of classic pi formula a 'cunning piece of magic'
While most people associate the mathematical constant p (pi) with arcs and circles, mathematicians are accustomed to seeing it in a variety of fields. But two University of Rochester scientists were ... more
Experiment records extreme quantum weirdness
An experiment in Singapore has pushed quantum weirdness close to its absolute limit. Researchers from the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT) at the National University of Singapore and the Univer ... more
Airbus Defence and Space delivers first ACES Ground Terminal
Airbus Defence and Space has delivered the first ACES Ground Terminal to the German National Metrology Institute (Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt, PTB) in Braunschweig (Germany). All aro ... more
Ancient stars at the center of the galaxy contain 'fingerprints' from the early universe
An international team of astronomers, led researchers from the University of Cambridge and the Australian National University, have identified some of the oldest stars in our galaxy, which could con ... more
Machine learning could solve riddles of galaxy formation
A new machine-learning simulation system developed at the University of Illinois promises cosmologists an expanded suite of galaxy models - a necessary first step to developing more accurate and rel ... more
Recreating a heavenly chorus of plasma waves on Earth
Recent experiments at the Large Plasma Device (LAPD) at the University of California, Los Angeles, have successfully excited elusive plasma waves, known as whistler-mode chorus waves, which have hit ... more
A new explanation for the explosive nature of magnetic reconnection
Magnetic reconnection, which occurs when magnetic lines of force break apart and reconnect with a violent burst of energy, gives rise to many beautiful and powerful phenomena in the natural world. T ... more
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Measurement of Hubble constant questioned by Nobel laureate Riess' team
In 1920's Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer, showed that the recessional velocity of a galaxy increases with its distance from the earth, known as Hubble's law. Hubble's law is taken as the first ... more
UMD discovery could enable portable particle accelerators
Conventional particle accelerators are typically big machines that occupy a lot of space. Even at more modest energies, such as that used for cancer therapy and medical imaging, accelerators need la ... more
Antimatter not so different after all
Due to the diligence of a Rice University student and his calculations, humanity now knows a little more about the universe. Kefeng Xin, a graduate student at Rice, is one of a handful of primary au ... more
Galileo satellites set for year-long Einstein experiment
Europe's fifth and sixth Galileo satellites - subject to complex salvage manoeuvres following their launch last year into incorrect orbits - will help to perform an ambitious year-long test of Einst ... more
ALCF helps tackle the Large Hadron Collider's big data challenge
Argonne physicists are using Mira to perform simulations of Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments with a leadership-class supercomputer for the first time, shedding light on a path forward for int ... more
Have scientists found evidence of a parallel universe?
Caltech cosmologist Ranga-Ram Chary thinks he may have found evidence of a parallel universe. ... more
China to start work on turbo-charged super-collider by 2020: report
China will begin work on the world's largest super-collider in 2020, a mega-machine aimed at increasing understanding of the elusive Higgs boson, state-run media reported Thursday. ... more
Birth of universe modeled in massive data simulation
Researchers are sifting through an avalanche of data produced by one of the largest cosmological simulations ever performed, led by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne Nation ... more
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    An international team led by Gaute Hagen of the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory used America's most powerful supercomputer, Titan, to compute the neutron distribution and relate ... more
    Film in 4-D with ultrashort electron pulses
    Physicists of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat (LMU) in Munich shorten electron pulses down to 30 femtoseconds duration. This enables them to gain detailed insight into atomic motions in molecules ... more
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    Discovering possible new forces in nature is no mean task. The discovery of gravity linked to Newton's arguably apocryphal apple experiment has remained anchored in popular culture. In January 1986, ... more
    Physics of booming and burping sand dunes revealed
    Avalanching sand from dune faces in Death Valley National Park and the Mojave Desert can trigger loud, rumbling "booming" or short bursts of "burping" sounds - behaving as a perfectly tuned musical ... more
    Researchers create better algorithm for simulating particles in Fermi Sea
    A North Carolina State University physicist and his German colleagues have created a new, more precise algorithm for simulating particle interactions when a single impurity is introduced into a Ferm ... more
    Black Hole Has Major Flare
    The baffling and strange behaviors of black holes have become somewhat less mysterious recently, with new observations from NASA's Explorer missions Swift and the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Arr ... more
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