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The men were honored for discoveries that have offered a “new understanding of the universe’s structure and history.”
The Spektr-RG telescope, launched successfully into orbit on Saturday, aims to chart the first-ever map of the universe in high-energy X-rays.
Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
Other scientists, according to an article by Eric Metaxas in the Wall Street Journal, believe that the evidence of God's
Keep your eyes open, your senses sharp and you might just get the message you've been waiting for.
In science, a theory is not a valid theory unless it shows what kind of observation would falsify it. That was a criterion
We often think that people are resistant to change. The truth is that life is ALWAYS changing, no matter what happens. Just like water flowing through a stream, life needs to flow and expand. What happens to water when it is stuck in a puddle? It becomes stagnant and eventually it stinks! The same is true for our lives. We are meant to grow and expand.
Eight odd months on, I have barely scratched the surface on Vedic Astrology, yet everything makes sense. It's an ocean of
If anything, Mercury is asking us to slow down and take stock of what we have going on in communication already. Mercury in retrograde motion is forcing you to stop and breathe.
I have some upcoming work deadlines and my head kept ruminating about them. If I'm honest with myself, I was unaware of what my mind was doing. I wasn't paying attention. All I knew was that I didn't feel as if the day was fulfilling my expectations of feeling joyful and relaxed.
The plot covers 650 billion cubic light-years and contains 1.2 million galaxies.
World-famous astrophysicist also explains mankind's biggest threats.
As astrophysicist Adam Riess explains in this fascinating Q&A, the cosmos will double in size 800 million years sooner than predicted.
By telescopically viewing distant galaxies we are seeing them as they were millions or billions of years ago and we find