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9:31 pm 30/08/2014

Myths of Physics: 2. Gravity Is Much Weaker Than Electromagnetism 

This is one you will hear in physics classrooms and read in physics textbooks. It even seems to

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4:03 pm 29/08/2014

Known Dark Matter Isn’t Enough 

Last time we saw that while alternative gravity models don’t agree with galactic stellar motion and gravitational lensing,

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8:05 pm 28/08/2014

The Dark Matter Model Works 

Yesterday we looked at alternative gravitational models (specifically Modified Newtonian Dynamics) as a solution to the problem of

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9:07 pm 27/08/2014

Other Gravitational Models Don’t Work 

Last time we talked about where the problem lies. When we map the distribution of visible mass in

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10:26 pm 26/08/2014

Do we live in a 2-D hologram? 

A unique experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory called the Holometer has started

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8:23 am 26/08/2014

The Old Model Doesn’t Work 

Astrophysics is mainly about gravity. Yes, it also depends upon chemistry, nuclear physics, optics and the like, but

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10:02 pm 25/08/2014

The Moon Smells: Apollo Astronauts Describe Lunar Aroma 

Apollo 11 lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin kicks up moon dust during a moonwalk on NASA"s historic first

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9:24 pm 25/08/2014

Five Facts 

Within astrophysics there are a few topics that are controversial. They aren’t controversial within the scientific community, but

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3:11 pm 22/08/2014

Cause of global warming hiatus found deep in the Atlantic Ocean 

Following rapid warming in the late 20th century, this century has so far seen surprisingly little increase in

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10:21 am 21/08/2014

Transparent Solar Cells 

New type of solar concentrator doesn't block the view This new type of transparent solar cell can be

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7:19 pm 20/08/2014

How do you know you exist? 

LmxlcJFTaYU full TEDtalk on teh RL...

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3:59 pm 18/08/2014

Mars Surface Map 

Scientists in Germany have pieced together a stunning mosaic image of the Martian surface. The global “atlas” was

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10:59 pm 10/08/2014

Jedi Entrance Only 

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5:01 pm 09/08/2014

Science, Religion and the Big Bang 

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12:12 am 08/08/2014

30 excuses for the 18 year 'pause' in global warming  

30 excuses for the 18 year 'pause' in global warming (All linked at source) 1) Low solar activity

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8:05 am 07/08/2014

BBC Future - The last man to walk on the Moon 

Apollo 17 commander Gene Cernan talks to BBC Future about what it is like to be part of

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7:27 pm 06/08/2014

Did NASA Validate an "Impossible" Space Drive? In a Word, No. 

Physicist John Baez has another, more colorful word to describe the spate of recent reports about a breakthrough

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1:02 pm 06/08/2014

Engineers discover new technique to make 3D printing faster and more economical 

A 'less is more' approach has enabled UK engineers to make 3D printed parts lighter and stronger, using

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5:14 pm 05/08/2014

The never-ending conundrums of classical physics | Ars Technica 

Even today, scientists still try to solve sprinkler brain teasers from the 19th century.

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7:35 pm 04/08/2014

What is Singularity? 

I recently read a bit around about the technological singularity, but it’s hard. It’s hard because I have

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4:41 pm 03/08/2014

NASA Probes Record Sounds In Space 

"In space, no one can hear you scream..." Despite what you’ve heard, there are actual sounds in space.

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7:11 pm 01/08/2014

Oatmeal's Matthew Inman talks about animals in space 

In responce tohttp://www.teoti.c om/scifi-science-spa ce/131282-the-first- spacewalk.htmlhttp:/ / ch?feature=player_em bedded&v=Z6K_IQjkUbo

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4:01 pm 01/08/2014

Nasa validates 'impossible' space drive (Wired UK) 

Nasa is a major player in space science, so when a team from the agency this week presents

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2:11 pm 01/08/2014

Visions of the Universe 

Wander through beautiful galaxies, spectacular nebulae and millions of shimmering stars in this breath-taking collection of some of

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7:49 am 01/08/2014

The first spacewalk 

What an amazing story.

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