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Whereas general relativity took a single genius (Einstein) a decade to create, that deeper theory -- known as a quantum theory of gravity -- has flummoxed generations of geniuses for a century.
These are exciting times for the field of physics. In 2012, researchers announced the discovery of the Higgs boson, a discovery four decades in the making, costing billions of dollars (and euros, pounds, yen and yuan) and involving some of the best minds on the planet.
In another few months the Large Hadron Collider will be powered up to explore its maximum energy range. Many physicists fervently hope we will see definite signs of "new physics," especially a phenomenon called "supersymmetry."
10. "On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox," published in 1964, was Irish physicist John Stewart Bell's response to EPR
I received a text from my son in the middle of the night. It read, "I love you." My first thought was to text back: "Are you okay?!" And then I remembered. He's on mile 26 of a marathon.
Schoolchildren can describe space as "three-dimensional," but what is it? This simple question seems to be the very last holdout for completing a deep understanding of the physical world.
Multi-layered, complex, dreamlike and humanistic, The Refusal of Time is a manifestation, a work of art that seeks to explore ambiguity, to remain unfinished and to avoid the black hole at the end of time.
When I was thinking the name for my studio name, I have trouble to finding one, so I web surfing on wiki and this word caught
While an amazing variety of subjects will likely come to mind when pondering all that is Lady Gaga, from music to fashion
Blais is working toward a master's in theoretical physics at McGill University, but his interests clearly are not limited
What did we know about the size and contents of our universe a hundred years ago? Very little. Even the proton, the nucleus of the simplest atom (hydrogen), was only discovered by Rutherford in 1917-1919.
For any of us who are experiencing the "paraphernalia with which to communicate" in the 21st century, the question "Is anybody really listening?" could expand to include, "Is anybody really understanding what they are listening to?"
Letting a concert's location determine a travel itinerary is not typical-- unless you follow jam bands, of course. But participating in London's holiday revelry was an unexpected benefit to attending the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary show.
HuffPost Live Producer/Host Jacob Soboroff challenged me to countdown the top five science stories of the week in under a
CSM: Ah. So if we zoom down, as small as we can go, we can break down molecules into atoms, and atoms into subatomic particles
HuffPost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria speaks with theoretical physicist Mark Jackson to get a primer on superstring theory.
Given that the different members of the multiverse are not causally connected, the question that emerges is whether there is a way to verify whether such a multiverse truly exists. As it turns out, there are at least two possible paths that could (at least in principle) test the multiverse scenario.
The Planck length is far and away too small for any instrument to measure, but beyond that, it is thought to represent the
The tribute, titled "Circle of Life," began with the classic Disney song of the same name before transitioning into "I Want