First #gravitationalwaves from colliding neutron stars detected by LIGO and EGO-Virgo. MIT Department of Physics
Radical Science News shared Mashable's Superhuman prosthetics designs.
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This company is creating prosthetics that will make amputees look superhuman.
"....There is reason to suspect that the laws of thermodynamics, which are based on how large numbers of particles behave, are different in the quantum realm. Over the past five years or so, a quantum-thermodynamics community has grown around that idea. What was once the domain of a handful of theoreticians now includes a few hundred theoretical and experimental physicists around the globe. “The field is moving so fast I can barely keep up,” says Ronnie Kosloff, an early pioneer of the field at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel...."
#statisticalMechanics #thermodynamics #quantumFields
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"....The U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory has discovered and described the existence of a unique disordered electron spin state in a metal that may provide a unique pathway to finding and studying frustrated magnets.
Condensed matter physicists use the term "frustrated" to describe a kind of magnet in which the spins fail to align into stable magnetic order. In perfectly frustrated magnets called spin liquids, the disordered magnetism of these materials persists even at very low temperatures, and their unique properties are of interest in the development of quantum computing and high-temperature superconductivity.
The materials investigated to search for this perfectly frustrated magnetic state are typically insulators. But Ames Laboratory researchers were able to define a "perfectly frustrated" state in a metallic material, CaCo1.86As2.
"Perfectly frustrated systems, ones that really cannot resolve their magnetic states, are difficult to find in the first place, but even more so in a metal," said Rob McQueeney, scientist at Ames Laboratory...."
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This amazing process is happening inside your body right now!
“There’s nothing more inspiring and motivational than that.” - Ted W. Johnson, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Chemistry, Pfizer on making advancements in cancer research [Advertiser content from Pfizer...
No more dentist's drill!
Clint MathewDon't worry. American pharma will make it too expensive for us commonfolk to get3 months ago · 4
Marshall GattenMy prediction: In America it will be about $3000 per tooth. Everywhere else it’ll be fifty bucks.3 months ago
Sven ScholtenHow expensive is this in germany? And is it already on the market? Did insurance pay for It?3 months ago
Gabriel Horeicaits only for extremely small cavities. for all the rest embrace the good old drilling...3 months ago
This new nanochip is healing tissue and regrowing organs.
Let's appreciate the gravity of this massive, weighty problem: How much does a kilogram weigh? cern.ch/go/kPq6 Image: J. L. Lee/NIST(National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Radical Science News shared George Takei Presents's 10 Things on Your Body that are Proof of Evolution.
George Takei Presents
"left-over parts" we no longer need after homo-sapiens evolved.......
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Children of the evolution. via INSH
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Radical Science News shared Climate Reality's China is a Solar Energy Powerhouse.
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This is mind-boggling. China installs enough solar panels to cover a football pitch (better known to those of us in the US as a soccer field) every hour of every day. (via World Economic Forum)