The new treatise on the existence of parallel universes was published on Friday.
The discovery may usher in a new era of astronomy and answer big questions about black holes.
But if that finding leaves you feeing flat, take heart. It's still not proof that we live in a hologram. “If quantum gravity
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Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity predicts that when a dying star collapses under its own weight, it can reach
Some of these competing theories, such as supersymmetry, "predict particles that are candidates for the dark matter that
But there is a catch, Mlodinow and Brun argue. If one were to tweak a future state of the system just slightly, by altering
"In most of the models of inflation, if inflation is there, then the multiverse is there," Stanford University theoretical
Scientists speculate that the universe everything we know is just one big projection.
In two papers posted on the arXiv repository, Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan and his colleagues now provide
According to Einstein's general relativity, massive objects warp spacetime so that anything traveling through it, including
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And why give Hawking's theories the cartoon treatment? Stephen Hawking has some big ideas that answer these big questions
"It will not be a minor paper," Ting said, hinting that the findings were important enough that the scientists rewrote the
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.
Optical illusions reflect limitations in our perception of physical reality. But what really is physical reality? While dozens of philosophers have struggled for millennia with attempts to directly answer this question, modern science settled on a more modest goal -- how can we explain reality's behavior?
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