Dark Matter –“A Strange Quantum Superfluid That Flows Without Entropy”

  “A superfluid is a very interesting kind of fluid,” says physicist Justin Khoury, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who focuses on the interface of particle physics and cosmology. “Most substances we find in the laboratory form a solid when cooled to a low enough temperature. But a certain set of substances, such … Continue reading Dark Matter –“A Strange Quantum Superfluid That Flows Without Entropy”