This device uses ordinary lenses to hide objects in plain sight. Continue reading →
Thanks to German scientists, we no longer need spacecraft or theoretical papers in order to recreate the time dilation aspect of Einstein's special theory of relativity. They did it in a laboratory.
Gravitational waves are hard to observe, but they could have a dramatic effect on stars that we could possibly detect. Continue reading →
Analysis of 41 billion cosmic rays striking the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer particle detector aboard the International Space Station shows an unknown phenomena that is 'consistent with a dark matter particle' known as a neutralino.
Scientists used sound instead of light to harness an atom's energy.
Using wave generators, scientists were able to control beams of water and move a floating ping-pong ball in different directions. Continue reading →
The idea that there are an infinite number of universes beyond our own is assumed impossible to prove or disprove -- but a new computer model might give us hints as to what evidence to look for. Continue reading →
A team of graduate students have shown that, theoretically, walking on walls is possible. Continue reading →
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