And Lahm was like, “Look what I can do!” :))
How NASA’s Creating The Coldest Place In The Universe
Researchers are trying to create the coldest spot in the universe. Why? Because they can! Also, because it can teach us a lot about quantum mechanics, and we could study what happens to light and matter on an atomic level. Anthony breaks down how creating a really cold place could potentially teach us more about the governing laws of the universe.
via DNews Channel.
[dog voice] oof
Why is this so fuNNY OH MY GOD
lmao oh la dee dah…oof
An end in sight in the long search for gravity waves
Our unfolding understanding of the universe is marked by epic searches and we are now on the brink of discovering something that has escaped detection for many years.
The search for gravity waves has been a century long epic. They are a prediction of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity but for years physicists argued about their theoretical existence.
BIG NEWS: A team of international researchers have found an exotic new type of particle. Dubbed quantum droplet, or dropleton, it has been described as a quasiparticle that behaves like a liquid droplet and is stable enough for research on light and how it interacts with certain types of matter. The dropleton can also be useful in the development of nanotechnology.
Read more: http://ab.co/1fthlv8 via ABC Science
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