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Cosmic Expansion and the Geometric Depictions of the "shape" of the Universe ... See MoreSee Less
Results have revealed a rare example of a type Ia supernova in which a dead star “fed” off an aging star like a cosmic zombie, triggering a blast. Learn more at www.astronomy.com/news/2014/...
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Introducing Aubrey de Grey, English author and theoretician in the field of gerontology and the Chief Science Officer of the SENS Research Foundation. His TED.com talk on "The Roadmap to End Aging" was one of the best ever delivered.
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How could someone ever get bored? That's so sad and pathetic. Life is far too amazing to ever get bored.
Supersymmetry ... See MoreSee Less
Excerpt from NASA Statement on National Research Council Report on Human Spaceflight: "There is a consensus that our horizon goal should be a human mission to Mars and the stepping stone and pathways ...
[Courtesy of Astronomy Now]
The Seagull Nebula by Martin Page
"This huge swathe of nebulosity is the Seagull Nebula, aptly named as it indeed resembles a bird’s wings. This emission nebula is officially catalogued IC 2177 and Sh2-296. The detached area of nebulosity top left marking the Seagull’s head has several designations including Sh2-292 and vdB 93. The star at its centre is a young hot star (HIP 34116, mag. +7) of 20 solar masses. The Seagull is located right on the border between Monoceros and Canis Major, Sirius country, at the position RA 07h 06m, Dec -10º 55’. Martin Page shot this spectacular image over the nights of February 18 and March 4 2014 using his Takahashi FSQ106 refractor, Atik 460 mono CCD and Astro-Physics Mach-1 mount. He obtained 12 x 10 minute subs each for H-alpha, OIII and SII, then processed as SHO (=RGB) in the Hubble palette. " ... See MoreSee Less
[Courtesy of U.S. Department of Energy]
The Brookhaven Graphite Research Reactor
The Brookhaven Graphite Research Reactor (BGRR) was the first reactor built in the U.S. for peacetime atomic research following World War II. Over 18 years, an estimated 25,000 scientific experiments were carried out using the neutrons produced in the facility's 700-ton graphite core. In addition to advancing the understanding of atomic nuclei and the structures of solid materials, the BGRR helped produce groundbreaking medical isotopes that are particularly useful in diagnosing and treating cancer and other diseases. In this 1957 photo, a researcher works on the south face of the BGRR.
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[Courtesy of 'Clarifying Concepts in Physics' page]
Gravitational relation between Extradimensional Universes
In this page and our book, we have considered a parallel Universe to be gravitationally coherent; and different worlds existing in dimensional moduli, according to new involved dimensions. These new worlds are mathematically ordered in a coherent manner. For example, the distance between our universe and our parallel Universe is 2λp (Planck length), λp in each side, and if an infinitesimal part of Planck length is changed in any part of those Universes, both Universes would collapse. The other dimensional Universes are ruled by different Planck and maximum lengths, in moduli related between them in multidimensional packages. All of them are mathematically related and coherently united. For that reason, the following concept is fundamental: The relation with our parallel Universe and the other extra-dimensional Universes is by means of the gravitational force. In any creation of any Universe or in its destruction, in the beginning and in the end, gravity has the same value as the other forces of that Universe.
These ordered Universes, product of gravitational waves (gravitational Universes), don’t have any relation with the supposed cofinite Universes (even infinite for some) that act with Quantum Mechanics' rules; and in consequence with quantum and incoherent waves: Multiverse, Megaverse, Metaverse, Multiples Universes, Quilted Universes, Bubble Universes, Parallel Universes, Alternate Universes, Parallel words, etc.; which are obtained by researchers trying to resolve puzzling aspects of Quantum Mechanics. Putting cofinite Universes (10^500) or even, infinite Universes, in random conditions, would conduce to their permanent destruction (including our Universe), similar to the annihilations of particle-antiparticle pairs. ... See MoreSee Less
Trifid Nebula (center) ... See MoreSee Less
Graph showing exponential increase in Solar Capacity throughout the world: ... See MoreSee Less
From Wikki: "The Cecropia Moth (Hyalophora cecropia) is North America's largest native moth. It is a member of the Saturniidae family, or giant silk moths. Females with a wingspan of six inches (160 mm) or more have been documented. It is found as far west as the Rocky Mountains and north into the majority of Canadian provinces. The larvae of these moths are most commonly found on maple trees, but they have been known to feed on cherry and birch trees among many others." ... See MoreSee Less
Fundamental aspect of Quantum Field Theory suggests that the 'Continuity' of Einstein's Space-Time field is in fact constantly fluctuating, unstable, and topologically discontinuous and chaotic...which therefore, greatly affects the geometric conformation of light traveling along its surface at great distances....(Nick) ... See MoreSee Less
Could we mine the Moon for Aneutronic Fusion Fuel? - See www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjwgFOeWNhE Here is some brief theory behind Aneutronic Fusion, a for...
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From bionic men made of synthetic parts to a metal band entirely composed of robots, we count 15 quirky, complex robots from all over the world. Facebook: ht...
Array of planetary orbits in the month of June ****
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