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Big News,Physicsts have finally discovered massless particles and they could revolutionize electronics

After 85 years of hard work and searching, scientists have confirmed the presence of a massless particle called the Weyl fermion for the first time ever. With the exceptional ability to act as both matter and anti-matter inside a crystal, this odd particle can produce electrons that have no mass. The discovery is a big step, not just because we lastly have proof that these mysterious particles exist, but because it paves the way for far more effective electronics, and new types of quantum computing. Lead investigator and physicist M. Zahid Hasan from Princeton University in the US told AnthonyCuthbertson of IBTimes “Weyl fermions could be used to solve the traffic jams that you get with electrons in electronics – they can move in a much more efficient, ordered way than electrons.They could lead to a new type of electronics we call ‘Weyltronics’.”

Understanding the Fundamentals of the 3D Bioprinting Space

Author: Adam Alonzi For medicine bioprinting is a necessity and an inevitability. The demand for organs will surely continue to climb with the global median age. Yet what hurdles lie in the way of creating a renewable supply? One major engineering obstacle is properly seeding and feeding the culture in order to create a functional organ. […]

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“Gravity Alters the Quantum Nature of Particles on Earth” –What Does It Imply at Cosmological Scales? (Today’s Most Popular)

“It is quite surprising that gravity can play any role in quantum mechanics”, says Igor Pikovski, a theoretical physicist working at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics:”Gravity is usually studied on astronomical scales, but it seems that it also alters the…

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"Gravity Alters the Quantum Nature of Particles on Earth" –What Does It Imply at Cosmological Scales? (Today's Most Popular)

“It is quite surprising that gravity can play any role in quantum mechanics”, says Igor Pikovski, a theoretical physicist working at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics:”Gravity is usually studied on astronomical scales, but it seems that it also alters the…

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The Art of Discovering and Combining: Ada Lovelace on the Nature of the Imagination and Its Two Core Faculties

“It seizes points in common, between subjects having no very apparent connexion, & hence seldom or never brought into juxtaposition.”

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Australian Physicists Have Proved That Time Travel is Possible

Scientists from the University of Queensland have used photons (single particles of light) to simulate quantum particles travelling through time. The research is cutting edge and the results could be dramatic!

Their research, entitled “Experimental simulation of closed timelike curves “, is published in the latest issue of Nature Communications. The grandfather paradox states that if a time traveler were to go back in time, he could accidentally prevent his grandparents from meeting, and thus prevent his own birth.

However, if he had never been born, he could never have traveled back in time, in the first place. The paradoxes are largely caused by Einstein’s theory of relativity, and the solution to it, the Gödel metric.

Transhumanism Solving Violence and Improving the Human Condition: IQ, EQi, and Intelligence Upgrades

Can we end violence? Can we create greater emotional well being and intellectual equality for the greater well being of humanity? Will we be able to keep up with machines? How can we augment our intelligence? Could we cure mental illness? After advancements in aging the next major area of research from a standpoint of […]

Antioxidants and Their Role in Aging: Myths and Misconceptions

Author: Adam Alonzi Whether dietary antioxidants can substantially improve health, delay senescence, and protect us from premature death is an important question for researchers and health enthusiasts alike. While supplementation with certain molecules is known to increase the average lifespans of laboratory animals and mitigate common mortality risks in humans, most do not increase the […]